Timothy Juliani


Timothy Juliani was the Senior Director of Business Strategy and Partnerships at the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES), which has been consistently named as one of the top global environmental think tanks. He directed the multi-sectoral, invitation-only C2ES Business Environmental Leadership Council (BELC). With combined revenue of $2 trillion and 3.5 million employees, the BELC is the largest U.S.-based group of companies devoted to climate- and energy-related policies and solutions.

Mr. Juliani also co-developed and sat on the Steering Committee of the annual EPA Climate Leadership Awards and conference, and he participates in the center’s policy work and publications on energy issues, carbon markets and offsets. He represented C2ES at the past five UNFCCC Conferences of the Parties, and has spoken on corporate sustainability and climate change issues across the United States, in Europe, Africa and Australia. He has also worked at the US EPA, where he launched the GreenChill corporate partnership program.

Mr. Juliani earned his Master of Arts in international economics, energy and environment at The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C., where he is currently an adjunct professor and teaches a course on corporate social responsibility. He also completed a post-baccalaureate program at the University of Washington, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in religion, magna cum laude with highest honors, and a minor in medieval history from Middlebury College in Vermont.


Posts by Timothy Juliani

Preparing for Carbon Pricing: Case Studies from Company Experience: Royal Dutch Shell, Rio Tinto, and Pacific Gas and Electric Company

This report was prepared for the PMR Secretariat by Janet Peace, Tim Juliani, Anthony Mansell, and Jason Ye (Center for Climate and Energy Solutions—C2ES), with input and supervision from Pierre Guigon and Sarah Moyer (PMR Secretariat). This report examines how …

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Climate Solutions: The Role of Nuclear Power

Nuclear power supplies more than 60 percent of the nation’s zero-carbon electricity. The planned retirement of five nuclear reactors could make it tougher to meet U.S. climate goals.  A C2ES brief examines the pressures on the nation’s nuclear fleet and …

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Evaluating Corporate Influence on the Climate Debate
Carbon Market Oversight and Regulation

This article originally appeared in Point Carbon News.   At the heart of any successful cap-and-trade program is a well-functioning market for the trading of emissions allowances.  At the same time, the recent high-profile market scandals and crises have led …

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A Climate of Change: Manufacturing Must Rise to the Risks and Opportunities of Climate Change

This article originally appeared in US Industry Today, September/October 2007   Recent months have seen an explosion of activity on climate change, to the point where it is now almost impossible to pick up a newspaper without reading about a …

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