Timothy Juliani

Director of Corporate Engagement

Timothy Juliani is Director of Corporate Engagement & Sustainability at Edison Energy Company. Tim engages with clients on both sustainability strategy and how renewable energy can help achieve ambitious targets, improve reputation and manage risk. He also works closely with Edison Energy’s non-profit partners, including CDP, The Climate Group, The Sustainability Consortium, and others in the NGO community, such as WWF, WRI, and C2ES.

Prior to Edison Energy, Tim spent over 10 years at the Pew Center on Global Climate Change and the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES), where he directed the multi-sectoral Business Environmental Leadership Council (BELC). With over 30 Fortune 500 companies and combined revenue of $2.3 trillion and 3.5 million employees, the BELC is the largest U.S.-based group of companies devoted solely to climate-related policy and solutions. Tim worked with BELC members on carbon pricing, carbon offsets and climate policy engagement. Between 2007 and 2010 he was engaged in the Pew Center’s work in the groundbreaking US Climate Action Partnership, a coalition of six leading environmental groups and over two dozen major corporations.

During his time at C2ES/Pew Center, Tim co-developed the annual EPA Climate Leadership Awards program and conference, which over 6 years has grown to one of the most recognized awards in the carbon world, and one of the leading climate conferences in the United States. He represented Pew and C2ES at eight UNFCCC Conferences of the Parties (COPs) from Copenhagen to Marrakech, and has spoken on corporate sustainability and climate change related issues across North America, Europe, Africa and Australia. He has also worked at the US EPA, where he launched GreenChill, a voluntary corporate partnership program to reduce high global warming potential gases.

Tim earned his M.A. in International Economics, Energy and Environment at The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C. He completed a post-baccalaureate program at the University of Washington, and graduated with a B.A. in Religion, magna cum laude with Highest Honors, and a minor in Medieval History from Middlebury College in Vermont.

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