Verena Radulovic

Vice President for Business Engagement, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions

Verena Radulovic is Vice President for Business Engagement at the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions.

Ms. Radulovic works with businesses, policymakers and other stakeholders to advance business action on climate mitigation and resilience and help galvanize business support for ambitious, practical climate policies and solutions. She manages the Business Environmental Leadership Council (BELC), one of the largest U.S.-based cross-sectoral group of corporations focused on addressing the challenges of climate change and supporting mandatory climate policy.

Ms. Radulovic also oversees C2ES’ work on climate-related financial risk disclosure, supply chains, corporate greenhouse gas accounting, and climate resilience.

Previously, Ms. Radulovic led the Center for Corporate Climate Leadership at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which provides greenhouse gas accounting guidance and resources to help organizations reduce their climate impacts. She brings over 15 years of experience managing public-private partnerships at the EPA with industry that measure and reduce the carbon footprint of their operations, supply chains, and products. In previous roles, she managed ENERGY STAR’s consumer electronics portfolio, developed an initiative to address potent greenhouse gases in the electronics industry’s supply chain, helped companies understand green power purchasing options via EPA’s Green Power Partnership, created pathways for smaller suppliers to report their GHG emissions to the U.S. government, and helped develop industry standards for more environmentally sustainable products.

Ms. Radulovic has an Msc. in environmental policy and international development from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a B.A. in political science from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

Posts by Verena Radulovic

Climate Resilience Pathways: Catalyzing Private Sector Action

Businesses’ ability to adapt to climate change is a strategic imperative. Yet, despite the growing need to manage and respond to climate risks, a staggering 80% of companies lack a comprehensive plan for climate adaptation. This gap is a call …

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Factsheet on SEC’s Final Rule on Climate-related Financial Disclosures

On March 6th, 2024, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released the final version of its long-awaited climate risk disclosure rule. The rule, first proposed in 2022, requires certain climate-related risk disclosures from publicly-traded U.S. companies in annual reports and …

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New EPA tool helps companies with climate-related risk reporting
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SEC proposed rule would mainstream climate-related risk reporting
Emerging Practices in TCFD-aligned Climate Risk and Opportunity Analysis and Disclosure

We interviewed 19 companies, conducted literature reviews, and collaborative workshops. We analyzed practices under four focal areas: how are companies measuring, assessing, managing, and disclosing climate-related risks and opportunities? This report presents the in-depth results of that study. We present, …

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Build Back Better for Climate and Energy
Catalyzing Investment with a National Climate Bank

Developing, deploying, and scaling low- and zero-carbon technologies in time to avoid the worst impacts of climate change—while also bolstering resilience to climate impacts—will require an unprecedented infusion of capital in a very short time frame. Over the past decade, …

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