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讲座题目:如何理解当前全球气候治理的基本形势及绿色和平的作用——兼论国际非政府组织文化的特点

讲座嘉宾:绿色和平全球总干事詹妮弗·摩根(Jennifer Morgan)

讲座主持:国际组织与国际公共政策系主任张海滨教授

工作语言:英语

讲座时间:2018年10月9日周二下午2点-4点

讲座地点:北大国际关系学院大楼C105 

 

嘉宾中文简历

詹妮弗·摩根(Jennifer Morgan)

生于美国

美国大学国际事务硕士

2016年4月起出任绿色和平全球总干事

2014.4-2016

气候简报服务中心(Climate Briefing Service) 政策总监 | 柏林

创始人兼领导人,协调各利益相关方成功达成“巴黎时刻”。

2009.9-2016

世界资源研究所(WRI)全球气候项目总监 | 华盛顿特区/柏林

监管全球气候变化方面的工作,开展跨区域间办公室合作

包括《联合国气候变化公约》谈判在内的国际气候变化大会上的首席代表。

2006.10-2009.8

第三代环保主义 (Third Generation Environmentalism E3G) 全球气候项目总监 | 伦敦

1998.2-2006.9

世界自然基金会(WWF) 全球气候项目总监 | 华盛顿 / 柏林

在亚太和拉丁美洲组建团队,扩大WWF影响力;推动《京都议定书》的生效。

1994.8-1998.1

美国气候行动网络(US Climate Action Network) 协调员 | 华盛顿特区

 

嘉宾英文简历

JENNIFER LEE MORGAN

Email: jennifer.morgan@greenpeace.org

Skype: jenniferleemorgan Twitter: @climatemorgan

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Jennifer Morgan is the Executive Director of Greenpeace International.  She shares leadership of that role with Bunny McDiarmid.  Both took up the role in April 2016.  In that role, she represents Greenpeace at global meetings such the World Economic Forum and global climate meetings,  regularly speaks publicly in events and rallies around the world and manages, with McDiarmid, Greenpeace International.

Involved in climate change issues for over twenty years, Morgan has held a series of directorship roles of climate programmes at different non-governmental organisations including World Resources Institute (2009-2016); E3G (2006-2009) and WWF (1998-2006).   In each of these organisations, she has been a leader of large global teams.

She has been cited in front-page articles in newspapers around the world on climate change and is regularly interviewed for radio and television programs globally and nationally. She has been Review Editor for the 5th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). She currently serves on the Advisory Board to Grantham Institute on Climate and the Environment.  Previously, she served on the German Council on Sustainable Development and was a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research. At Germanwatch's 20th anniversary celebration, Jennifer was named an honorary member of the organisation for her long-term commitment to international climate issues and the empowerment of civil society.

Morgan holds a Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University in Political Science and Germanic Studies, and a Master of Arts from the School of International Service at The American University in International Affairs. Jennifer is based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Previous to Greenpeace, led World Resources Institute (WRI), E3G and Worldwide Fund for Nature Global Climate Change Programmes from 1998-2009. In those roles, built teams across cultures towards achieving outcomes, driving a global strategic vision in each organisation; led delegations to the UNFCCC negotiations; participated in national climate policy and political debates in many countries at the highest levels.  Was a key driver to achieve the Paris Agreement outcome, working to build effective coalitions across government, NGOs, business and local government.

Published both at WRI and in various books and journals on global and national climate policy and politics. Review editor of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC’s) Fifth Assessment Report.  Member of the German Chancellor’s Council for Sustainable Development up to 2016 and of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research Scientific Advisory Board.

Interviewed and quoted regularly in newspapers, television and radio programmes around the world.  Strong social media presence on twitter and Facebook.

 

WORK HISTORY

April 2016-CURRENT

Executive Director |Greenpeace International | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

SEPTEMBER 2009-JANUARY 2016

Global Director, Climate Program | World Resources Institute | Washington, D.C./Berlin

OCTOBER 2006-AUGUST 2009

Director Global Climate Program Third Generation Environmentalism (E3G) | London

FEBRUARY 1998-SEPTEMBER 2006

Director, Global Climate Campaign Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF International) |Washington & Berlin

AUGUST 1994-JANUARY 1998

Coordinator | US Climate Action Network | Washington, D.C.

EDUCATION

1992

Master of Arts: International Affairs

American University, Washington, D.C.

1988

Bachelor of Arts: Political Science, German, French, Italian

Indiana University, Bloomington, IN