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Co-Organizers

      • Eom, Jiyong

        Head of KAIST Graduate School of Green Growth,
        Director of KAIST GSI's Center for Sustainable Development
    • Jiyong Eom is an associate professor at KAIST College of Business and the head of KAIST Graduate School of Green Growth. His research interest includes energy & environmental economics and management, integrated assessment modeling for climate policy analysis, demand-side management of electricity with ICT, and green information systems & energy informatics. His research appeared in Nature Energy, Global Environmental Change, Energy Economics, Energy Policy, Energy, Technology Forecasting & Social Change, and Climatic Change. He served as a contributing author for Chapters 6 and 9 of the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report of Working Group III (Mitigation of Climate Change) and is a 2019 Highly Cited Researcher in the social science area. He received a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Yonsei University, a MS degree in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from KAIST, and a PhD degree in Management Science & Engineering with the concentration on Policy & Strategy from Stanford University.

      • Kim, Sang-Hyup

        President of Jeju Research Institute
        Visiting Professor of KAIST Graduate School of Green Growth
        Founder of Coalition for Our Common Future
    • Sang-Hyup Kim is the president of Jeju Research Institute, a visiting professor at Graduate School of Green Growth, College of Business, KAIST and the founder and former chairman of Coalition for Our Common Future. Prior to joining KAIST, he worked at the Office of the President of the Republic of Korea in 2008 as the Secretary for National Future and Vision, where he contributed in setting the historic "Low Carbon Green Growth" vision for Korea. In 2011, he became the Senior Secretary to the President for Green Growth, coordinating the planning, development, and implementation of Korea's Green Growth strategy. Through collaboration with the Presidential Committee on Green Growth and relevant ministries, his agenda ranges from national implementation of Green Growth policies to international climate change negotiations and promoting global cooperation for making Green Growth became a truly global asset. He also served as a member of the Global Agenda Council.

      • Yeo, Hoon Koo

        Chairperson of Coalition for Our Common Future
        Attorney at Kim & Chang
    • Hoon Koo Yeo is the Chairperson of Coalition for Our Common Future and an attorney at Kim & Chang. He practices primarily in the areas of litigation with a focus on insurance corporate, construction, and general administrative cases.
      Prior to joining Kim & Chang, Mr. Yeo served as a judge for 24 years. Mr. Yeo took charge of various large-scale construction cases as a presiding judge of a construction specialized civil panel at the Seoul Central District Court and dealt with many kinds of cases related to insurance corporate governance and M&A as a presiding judge of a corporation and commerce specialized civil panel at the same court. He also handled administrative cases and tax law cases as a presiding judge of an administrative panel at Suwon District Court.
      Mr. Yeo authored various publications, including "Review of the Controversial Issues on the Warranty Liability of a Person Who Constructs and Parcels Out Collective Housing" "Key Points in the Judicial Conciliation of Construction Cases" and "Standard of Judgment on the Competency of the Witness of Young Children."
      Mr. Yeo received an LL.M. from Seoul National University Graduate School of Law in 1986 and his LL.B. from Seoul National University College of Law in 1984. He attended the Judicial Research and Training Institute of the Supreme Court of Korea in 1989. He is admitted to the Korean bar.

  • Speakers

      • Ban, Ki-moon

        The 8th Secretary-General of United Nations
    • In April 2019, Mr. Ban was elected as the Chairman of Presidential National Council on Climate and Air Quality (NCCA). In April 2018, Mr. Ban was elected as the Chairman of Boao Forum for Asia. In January 2018, Mr. Ban, along with former President of Austria Mr. Heinz Fischer, were inducted as Co-Chairs of the Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens in Vienna, Austria. Mr. Ban Ki-moon was also elected as Chairman of IOC Ethics Committee in September 2017. Currently, he is the Distinguished Chair Professor and Honorary Chairman at the Institute of Global Engagement & Empowerment at Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea. In February 2018, he was elected and has been serving as the President of the Assembly & Chair of the Council of Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI). Prior to these appointments, Mr. Ban served two consecutive terms as the Secretary General of the United Nations (2007-2016). Throughout his tenure at the UN, Mr. Ban strove to be a bridge builder, to give voice to the world's poorest and the most vulnerable people, and to make the Organization more transparent and effective. He successfully pressed for action to combat climate change - an effort that culminated in the adoption and rapid entry into the landmark Paris Agreement in 2016. Mr. Ban worked closely with member states of the UN to shape the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and to establish UN Women, which has been advancing the Organization's work for gender equality and women's empowerment. Mr. Ban also launched major efforts to strengthen UN peace operations, to protect human rights, to improve humanitarian response, and to prevent violent extremism and to revitalize the disarmament agenda. At the time of his appointment at the UN, Mr. Ban was the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of the Republic of Korea. His 37 years with the Ministry included postings in New Delhi, Washington D.C., and Vienna, and responsibilities for a variety of portfolios, including Foreign Policy Adviser to the President, Chief National Security Adviser to the President, Vice Minister, Deputy Minister for Policy Planning and Director-General for American Affairs. Mr. Ban has also been actively involved in issues relating to inter-Korean relations by serving as Chairman of the Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization.

      • Cheong, Byung-Ki

        President of Green Technology Center (GTC)
    • Byung-ki Cheong, Ph.D. has been serving since May 2019 as President of Green Technology Center- Korea (GTC-K), government-funded policy research institute under the Korean Ministry of Science and ICT with primary missions of researching national R&D policy and technology-mediated global cooperation strategy for climate change. Before joining GTC-K, he led the R&D planning and coordination division of Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) supervising its entire institutional R&D programs. He is presently a member of Presidential Committee for Carbon Neutrality by 2050 and a member of National Academy of Engineering of Korea. He received a B.E and an M.E. degree in Metallurgy from Seoul National University, Korea and a Ph.D. degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, U.S.A. During most of his career, he was an accomplished research scientist on thin films materials for information storage, producing numerous SCI papers and patents together with 4 technology transfers to industries.

      • Choi, Heung Jin

        Professor of University of Seoul
    • Dr. CHOI worked for government in Ministry of Environment and Korea Meteorology Administration for more than 30 years, after then he moved to Univ. of Seoul as an invited professor. He studied on GHG mitigation as well as waste management.

      • Christoph Heider

        President at European Chamber of Commerce in Korea (ECCK)

    • Christoph Heider joined the ECCK on June 1, 2013. Before joining the ECCK, Christoph Heider had been with Bayer AG, a German pharmaceutical company since 1997. He held various positions in Bayer, including CFO at Bayer Korea, Head of Accounting & Reporting at Bayer Japan as well as Regional Manager for Legal Entity Accounting APAC at Bayer AG in Germany.
      In 2016, Heider received Honorary Citizenship of Seoul. His other honorary assignments include being a board member of Heider-Kober Foundation in Munich, Germany as well as being a member of the European Union Domestic Advisory Group and the Korea-EU Civil Society Forum.

      • Han, Jeoung Ae

        Minister of Ministry of Environment, Republic of Korea
    • Han Jeoung-ae, a third-term Assemblyperson of the Democratic Party of the Republic of Korea, took office as the 19th Minister of Environment in January 2021. She studied Environmental Engineering in Pusan National University and obtained her PhD in Industrial Engineering from University of Nottingham, UK. Before entering the politics, she had devoted herself to labor movement representing the Trade Union of the Korean Occupational Safety and Health Agency. Since first elected in 2012, she has been committed to promoting labor rights and environmental protection. Serving as the chair of the Environment and Labor Committee, the National Assembly Climate Change Forum, and the Policy Committee of the Democratic Party, she contributed to the inception of the Korean New Deal and the 2050 Carbon Neutral Strategy and engaged in Korea's international climate negotiations as well. As Minister, she is focusing on formulating carbon neutrality pathways, deploying green mobility, and accelerating transition to circular economy.

      • Hong, Suyeol

        Chief Researcher
        Resource Recycling Consulting
    • Suyeol Hong has a PhD in Waste Policy from Seoul National University Graduate School of Environmental Studies and worked in Korea Zero Waste Movement Network from 2001 to 2012. As experts related to wastes, including net environmental systems and wastes, they propose policies and conduct civic education along with various research surveys. In order to provide information related to trash that they are curious about in their daily lives, they also opened a YouTube channel with Korean Federation for Environmental Movement. He is currently the head of the Resource Recycling Consulting and is serving as a director of the Recycling Social Cooperative.

      • Ali Izadi

        Head of Asia Pacific Research, Bloomberg NEF
    • Based in Seoul, Ali Izadi manages Bloomberg NEF's research teams across Asia Pacific, focusing on the transition of the region's economies to a cleaner more competitive future. The teams' reports and tools help clients identify opportunities and risks associated with the energy transition. Prior to his current role, Ali managed Bloomberg NEF's Intelligent Mobility team as well as Japan and Korea Research team. Prior to joining Bloomberg NEF in 2010, Ali had worked at Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, as well as fuel cell manufacturer, Ballard Power Systems.
      Ali has an undergraduate degree in Engineering Physics and a Masters in Electrical Engineering from the University of British Columbia, and a Doctorate in Materials Science from Meijo University.
      • Kim, Beob-jeong

        Deputy Minister for Climate Change and Carbon Neutral Policy, Ministry of Environment
    • He has extensive experience in public administration and policies concerning the environment.
      He started his career in government departments in 1993. Since joining the Ministry of Environment, he has worked on a range of domestic and international environmental issues while serving in the positions of the Deputy Minister for Planning and Coordination, Secretary General of the NCCA (National Council on Climate and Air Quality of Korea), Director General for Air Quality Policy, Director and Director General for Climate and Air Quality Policy, etc.
      He obtained his bachelor's degree in International Economics at the Seoul National University and his master's degree in Environmental Studies at the University of Oregon.
      • Kim, Hyoeun Jenny

        Ambassador and Deputy Minister for Climate Change in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea
    • Amb. Hyoeun Jenny Kim is Ambassador and Deputy Minister for Climate Change in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea since July 2021. She is also chief negotiator of UNFCCC Paris agreement, representing her country. Before taking the role, she was Deputy Director-General of the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI). GGGI is a treaty-based inter-governmental organization supporting developing countries and emerging economies to achieve economic growth and environmental sustainability together through following new pathway of green growth. She was responsible for managing GGGI's in-country operations in more than 35 countries, supporting low carbon economic growth in line with Paris Climate Agreement and UNSDGs.

      • Kim, Joojin

        Lawyer & Managing Director, Solutions for Our Climate
    • SFOC's managing director Joojin Kim is a legal expert with extensive experience in the energy and environmental fields. Before founding SFOC, he conducted numerous energy-related projects as a lawyer at Kim & Chang, Korea's largest law firm. He continues to lend his expertise on Korean climate change and energy policy, having served as commissioner of the Greenhouse Gas Statement Disclosure Review Committee established under the Ministry of Environment and the Working Group for the 3rd National Energy Framework Plan. Joojin majored in international relations at Seoul National University, where he also earned a master's degree at its Graduate School of Environmental Studies. He received his Environmental Law LL.M. from Georgetown University Law Center.
      • Kim, Sung Woo

        Head of Environment and Energy Research Institute, Kim & Chang

    • Climate change & ESG expert with 27 years of professional experience from consulting, industry, and research organizations in strategy, investment, and policy well aligned with educational background of environment & business. KPMG consulting experience as Asia Pacific regional head of Climate Change & Sustainability in leading regional network of 12 countries. POSCO(a global steel maker) industry experience in environment & energy business development & investment. An external expert for Green Climate Fund, IETA Board Member, a member of high level Gov. Committees, and an adjunct professor with frequent publications, media exposure, speech at global conferences with teaching in executive MBAs based on comprehensive experience from corporate to consulting, engineering to financing, public to private, and industry to academy.

      • Kwak, Byungjin

        Chief of KAIST Finance MBA
    • Mr. Kwak has been teaching accounting at KAIST. His research interests are various topics in accounting such as disclosure, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, earnings management, and so on.
      • Kwak, Su-Keun

        Trustee of IFRS Foundation / Professor of Accounting at Seoul National University
    • Mr Kwak is a professor emeritus at Seoul National University and a Board member of Shinhan Financial Group. He also serves as chair of Advisory Committee to Korea Listed Companies Association.
      Mr Kwak had taught for 30 years at Seoul National University before he retired in 2018. He served as a Board member of Standard Chartered Bank Korea and a Non-standing Commissioner of the Securities and Futures Commission. He served as a member of the International Accounting Standards Board's predecessor body, the International Accounting Standards Committee, during 1991?1993.
      Mr Kwak has a PhD in Accounting from the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) and an undergraduate degree in Business from the Seoul National University.
      • Lee, Hyun-Joon

        Chairman of the ESG management committee
    • Hyun-joon, Lee graduated from Seoul National University in Business Administration and entered Ssangyong C&E in 1982. He served as the head of the dept. of Maintenance at Donghae plant. Afterwards, he committed the head of the innovation promotion team and the new business R&D team at headquarters. As Representative Executive Officer and Chariman of the ESG management committee, he leads Ssangyong C&E to achieve ESG management with social responsibility and vision of environmental enterprises.
      • Lee, Kwang Hyung

        President at KAIST
    • President Kwang Hyung Lee is a futurologist who pioneered multidisciplinary studies and research at KAIST. He advocated that the convergence of information, biology, and nano-technologies would be critical for future industries, playing a crucial role in establishing the Department of Bio and Brain Engineering in 2001 and the Moon Soul Graduate School of Future Strategy in 2013. He then served as the inaugural head of both faculties.
      President Lee has extensive administrative experience at KAIST, serving as Associate Vice President of the International Office, and Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs since early 2001. He is also serving as a member of the Korea Presidential Education Committee.
      An ardent champion of entrepreneurship and startups, he has advised the first generations of KAIST startup entrepreneurs such as Nexon, Idis, Neowiz, and Olaworks. President Lee, drawn to creative thinking and flipped learning, is famous for watching TV upside down. Such pioneering ideas and his unusual thinking style were modeled in the 'eccentric professor' role featured on the TV hit drama of 'KAIST' from 1999 to 2000.
      An alumnus who earned his MS in industrial engineering at KAIST in 1980 after completing his undergraduate studies at Seoul National University, President-elect Lee joined the KAIST faculty in 1985 upon receiving his PhD in computer science from INSA de Lyon in France.
      A computer scientist as well as fuzzy theorist whose research area extends to AI, bioinformatics, fuzzy intelligent systems, and foresight methods, President Lee has published more than 70 papers in international journals and textbooks on system programming, fuzzy set theory and its applications, and three-dimensional creativity. He also invented a fuzzy elevator, subway operation controller, and AI transportation controller.
      A fellow at the Korea Academy of Science and Technology and the National Academy of Engineering of Korea, he was decorated by the Korean government and the French government in recognition of the innovative education and research initiatives he has pursued.
      • Lee, Sang Yup

        Vice President at KAIST
    • Vice President for Research Sang Yup Lee, a distinguished professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, is a pioneering scholar in the fields of metabolic engineering and systems and synthetic biology.
      He has established systems metabolic engineering and developed various microorganisms capable of producing a wide range of fuels, chemicals, materials, and natural compounds, many of which for the first time. Some of the breakthroughs include microbial production of gasoline, diacids, diamines, PLA and PLGA polymers, and several natural products.
      His highly acclaimed scholarship led him to be listed as one of the Highly Cited Researchers (HCR) ranked in the top 1% by citations in their field by Clarivate Analytics for five consecutive years from 2017.
      He started his academic career at KAIST in 1994. A graduate of Seoul National University, majoring in chemical engineering, Vice President Lee earned his PhD in chemical engineering at Northwestern University in 1991 after completing his MS there in 1987.
      Distinguished Professor Lee served as the founding Dean of the College of Life Science and Bioengineering from 2008-2013 and the dean of KAIST Institutes (KI) from 2013-2014 and 2017-2021.
      The first Korean fellow ever elected at the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) in the US in 2017, Vice President Lee is one of 13 scholars elected as a foreign fellow of both the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) and the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) in the US. Also, he was elected as a foreign member of Royal Society (RS) in UK, making him the only person in the world who was elected as a foreign member of all three major academies, NAS, NAE and RS. He was the chairman of the Global Agenda Councils (GAC) on Emerging Technologies, chairman of GAC on Biotechnology, and chairman of the Global Future Council on Biotechnology at the World Economic Forum. A founding member of the Board of Trustees at the Samsung Science and Technology Foundation, Vice President Lee works as editor-in-chief of major journals and books such as Metabolic Engineering, Biotechnology Journal, Discover Chemical Engineering, and Advanced Biotechnology Book Series.
      Since he was recognized with the First Young Scientist's Award in Engineering from the Korean government in 1998, he has received numerous awards at home and abroad such as the Marvin Johnson Award in 2012, the Ho-Am Prize in Engineering in 2014, the Korea Best Scientist Award in 2017, the Eni Award in Advanced Environmental Solutions in 2018 from the president of Italy, the NAEK Award of the National Academy of Engineering of Korea, and the Samson Prize from the Israeli prime minister in 2019.
      • Lee, Se-hoon

        Secretary General of Financial Services Commission
    • Mr. Se-hoon Lee, Secretary General of the Financial Services Commission (FSC), has played a leading role in developing financial policies, including policies on Green Finance. Prior to his appointment as the Secretary General, he served as the Director of the Financial Policy Bureau of the FSC and worked at the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
      • Oh, Se-hoon

        Mayor of Seoul
    • Oh Se-hoon worked as a lawyer before entering politics after being elected as a member of the Korean National Assembly in 2000 at the age of 40. During his terms as the 33rd and 34th Mayor of Seoul from 2006 to 2011, he introduced "Creative Governance" in city administration and implemented the "Women Happiness" project, which led to Seoul receiving two UN Public Service Awards in 2009. Under his leadership, Seoul joined the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group (C40 Cities) in 2006 and hosted the C40 Mayors Summit in 2009 as part of the city's efforts to tackle climate change. He is currently serving as the 38th Mayor of Seoul and is focused not only on leading swift and effective measures to tackle COVID-19, but also on tackling climate crisis. In June 2021, the '2050 Seoul Climate Action Plan,' which set out Seoul's strategies and plans to reach carbon neutrality by 2050, was approved by C40 Cities.
      • Oh, Jeonghwa

        Senior Vice President of Sustainability Division, Amorepacific
      • Oyun Sanjaasuren

        Director of External Affairs, Green Climate Fund (GCF)
    • Dr. Oyun Sanjaasuren is the Director of External Affairs of Green Climate Fund, where she leads the fund's work on resource mobilization, partnerships, communications, and advocacy. Dr. Oyun served as the first President of the United Nations Environment Assembly, the Governing Body of UN Environment (2014-2016), and has been an active advocate for sustainable development, climate change and water security. She is an Advisory Board member of the Future Earth and served as Chair of the Global Water Partnership. Formerly, one of the leading politicians in Mongolia, Oyun served as a Member of Parliament (1998-2016), as Minister of Environment and Green Development (2012-2014) and Minister of Foreign Affairs (2007-2008). She is a founder of the Zorig Foundation, a leading Mongolian NGO that advances democracy and supports youth leadership and education. Oyun has a Ph.D in Earth Sciences from University of Cambridge, UK.

      • Park, Sangchan

        Professor of KAIST Graduate School of Green Growth
    • Sangchan Park is Associate Professor at Graduate School of Green Growth, KAIST College of Business. He received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. His research explores issues related to organization theory and strategic management with a focus on the legitimation of non-legitimate ideas, technologies, and managerial practices, such as the emergence and spread of renewable energy producers. His research has been published in Academy of Management Journal, Energy Policy, Organization and Environment, Organization Science, and Work and Occupations.
      • Park, Ki Young

        Vice Minister of Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, Republic of Korea
    • Dr. Kiyoung Park is the 1st vice minister of The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy(MOTIE), Republic of Korea and an energy expert who served as Chief of Energy Demand Management Bureau and Director General for Energy and Resources of MOTIE.
      He is also an administrative specialist with global mindset and ability to coordinate external relations through Deputy Minister of Office of Planning and Coordination, Deputy Minister for Trade, and Spokeperson for MOTIE.
      • Lars Lokke Rasmussen

        The 25th and 27th Prime Minister of The Kingdom of Denmark
      • Michael Reiffenstuel

        Ambassador, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany Seoul
    • Michael Reiffenstuel has been German Ambassador to the Republic of Korea since August 2020.
      He joined the Federal Foreign Office in 1993 and was posted to Sarajevo, London, New Delhi and Cairo. At the Foreign Office in Berlin, he served amongst others as Deputy Director-General for Culture and Communication and as Head of Division for Bilateral and EU External Relations with the Maghreb countries. Prior to his transfer to Seoul, he was Consul-General to Istanbul. Michael Reiffenstuel holds a degree in law (German Second State Exam).
      • Yi, Dong-sup

        Division Head of Global Responsible investment & Governance at National Pension Service Investment Management(NPS)
    • Dong-sub Yi, is currently serving as head of Global Responsible Investment & Governance of National Pension Service(NPS). He started working as analyst on corporations at Daishin Securities in 2002, then, served as head of the research center after working as head of the corporate analysis team at SK Securities in 2009. He also led the Global Asset Allocation Team at Shinhan BNP Paribas Asset Management from 2014. After that, he took the position of head of the Open Innovation Team and Strategic Development Team at the same time at LG U+ from 2016 to 2019. As such, he has been building his career in various fields and organizations. Lee attained his bachelor's and master's degrees in business administration from Chung Ang University.
      • Yim, Man-Sung

        Professor of Nuclear and Quantum Engineering, KAIST
    • Man-Sung Yim is Professor of the Department of Nuclear and Quantum Engineering, Associate Vice President of the International Office, Head of Office of Global Initiatives, and Director of Nuclear Nonproliferation Education and Research Center (NEREC) at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). Formerly, he worked at Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, and taught at North Carolina State University (NCSU) and MIT. He was also a joint faculty between Oak Ridge National Lab (Global Nuclear Security Technology Division) and NCSU, Sam Nunn International Security Fellow at Georgia Tech, a member of North Carolina Science Advisory Board on Air Toxics Emissions, and a member of Nuclear Nonproliferation External Steering Committee of Idaho National Laboratory in the U.S. Upon return to South Korea in 2011, Prof. Yim founded NEREC (Nuclear Nonproliferation Education and Research Center) for national capacity building in nuclear nonproliferation and started NEREC International Summer Fellows program to train future global leaders of nuclear nonproliferation. He is currently a member of Korean National Academy of Engineering, the Scientific Program Committee of Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO), International Radioactive Waste Management Advisory Committee of Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (U.A.E.), and Global Forum on Nuclear Education, Science, Technology and Policy of OECD/NEA. He serves as Associate Editor (Asia) of Nuclear Technology for American Nuclear Society, and a member of Editorial Advisory Board of Progress in Nuclear Energy and International Journal of Nuclear Security. Professor Yim's research work centers around the theme of safe and responsible use of nuclear energy with the activities covering nuclear fuel cycle, nuclear waste management, nuclear safety, nuclear nonproliferation, and energy policy. He has recently written a textbook entitled, "Nuclear Waste Management: Science, Technology, and Policy" with Springer Nature. Dr. Yim studied at Seoul National University (BS/MS, nuclear engineering), University of Cincinnati (PhD, nuclear engineering), and Harvard University (SM/ScD, environmental health science).
  • MC

      • Carine Valarche

        Masters Student at KAIST Graduate School of Green Growth, Research Assistant at UN Office for Sustainable Development
    • Carine Valarche is a Masters student at the KAIST Graduate School of Green Growth. She is a graduate of the University of Cambridge and most recently was presenter of the 7th Annual Seoul Climate-Energy Conference, panellist at the Jeju Forum, and research assistant at the UN Office for Sustainable Development. Her interests include water management, decarbonisation of the energy grid, and climate-induced migration. She is currently writing her thesis on 'Examining the case for enabling climate mobility in new centres of international migration growth' under the supervision of Professor Euncheol Shin.

  • Contact : Bae, ImKoo ( big919@kaist.ac.kr )
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