Senior Advisor for Climate Finance, Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development at State of California
Mr. Adler is Senior Advisor for Climate Finance at the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) and the Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (IBank), where he is leading the development of the Climate Catalyst Fund.
Mr. Adler is Senior Advisor for Climate Finance at the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) and the Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (IBank), where he is leading the development of the Climate Catalyst Fund. Prior to this role, he was Vice President for Policy at the Energy Foundation, a partnership of philanthropies advancing clean energy markets across the U.S. He was previously Managing Director of the California Clean Energy Fund (CalCEF) and President of CalCEF Ventures, where he led the firm’s efforts to identify and catalyze transformational new investment theses across venture capital and project finance.
He has served as a senior analyst in the Division of Strategic Planning at the California Public Utilities Commission, where he was responsible for the design and implementation of California's Renewables Portfolio Standard and was senior staff for climate policy, and on the boards of the American Council on Renewable Energy, the Coalition for Green Capital, the Vote Solar Initiative, and Energy Efficiency for All.
He is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.
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We will build a bridge between the Swedish and Californian Forest sectors and inspire a dialogue with the potential to influence the future direction of forestry.
Our goal is to stimulate a dialogue between major forestry sectors across the Atlantic, encouraging the exchange of both new and existing innovations.
Creating a dialogue between Swedish and Californian forestry sectors in light of the creation of new technologies for crisis management, as seen from environmental, social, and political outfits.