Norine Kennedy

Vice President, Environmental and Energy

United States Council for International Business

Phone: (212) 703-5052
As USCIB's lead environment and energy staff member, Norine Kennedy promotes American business participation in the development of international environmental policy and management initiatives, and works closely with representatives of industry, government, and the NGO community to promote such key concepts as sustainable development, trade and environment, and voluntary approaches.

In addition to staffing the 120-company USCIB Environment Committee, Ms. Kennedy has participated on behalf of ICC and BIAC in meetings on trade and environment in the WTO and OECD. She has acted as a business observer at the United Nations 1992 Earth Summit in Rio and at all meetings of the U.N. Commission on Sustainable Development, and has participated in negotiating sessions for the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Ms. Kennedy joined USCIB in 1991, following three years at the World Environment Center as Project Manager in its Corporate Programs Department. She holds a Master's degree in international environmental policy from Claremont Graduate School, and a Bachelor's degree in international relations from Wellesley College.

Focus: Business, Development, Economy, Energy, Environment, Jobs, Trade, United States, Americas


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Last Updated: Sep 29, 2008

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