Director of Corporate Engagement
Timothy Juliani is Director of Corporate Engagement at the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, or C2ES (formerly the Pew Center on Global Climate Change), which was named in 2012 by the University of Pennsylvania as the top global environmental think tank. He directs the multi-sectoral, invitation-only C2ES Business Environmental Leadership Council (BELC), which with combined revenue of $2 trillion and over 3.5 million employees, is the largest U.S.-based group of companies devoted to climate and energy-related policy and solutions. C2ES works together with these leaders to promote collaboration, sharing of best practices, policy discussion and direct engagement.
In addition to his work with the BELC, Tim has co-developed and implemented the new Climate Leadership Awards and conference with EPA, which is a legacy to EPA’s former Climate Leaders program. He is also leading a C2ES scenario planning analysis of climate and energy policy pathways to 2025, and has engaged in the Center’s policy work on carbon markets. He has spoken on corporate sustainability and climate change related issues across the United States, in Europe, Africa and Australia. In addition to C2ES/Pew Center, Tim also worked at the U.S. EPA to develop 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. During that time, he worked as an independent consultant, writing an analysis of energy cooperation within ASEAN for USAID.
Preceding his M.A. from Johns Hopkins, 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. He currently resides in Arlington County, Virginia, where he serves on the County’s Community Energy and Sustainability Task Force.