The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has appointed Nadine Robinson to lead its strategy on environmental sustainability.
Robinson is a policy professional with over 20 years experience advising on climate change, environment and sustainability.
She has worked in the private sector, government, non-governmental and international organisations, and with communities.
Her positions included technical director (Climate Disclosure Standards Board in CDP), environmental consultant, environmental policy lecturer (Birkbeck College).
She also worked as economic advisor on climate change (The Commonwealth Secretariat) and as shipping finance solicitor (Allen & Overy).
Robinson has also held various policy and research roles in Government and UNDP.
She advised on environment, climate finance, energy, the green and blue economy, and sustainable development.
Allen Leatt, IMCA CEO stated:
“Following our strategic review in 2017, we established our first dedicated committee on Environmental Sustainability, which has over the last three years been very successful in promoting and sharing best practice amongst our members.
“Nadine brings an excellent external perspective and we are confident that she will help move our agenda to the next level.”
Robinson also holds a BA (McGill University) and an MA (York University) and is a qualified solicitor in England.