IETA is delighted to announce that Katie Sullivan, our Managing Director, has been named as a member of Canada’s “Clean16” for 2019.
Canada’s Clean16 Awards are announced annually by Delta Management Group and the Clean50 organisation to recognise those individuals or small teams, from 16 different categories, who have done the most to advance the cause of sustainability and clean capitalism in Canada over the past 2 years.”
“Katie is THE subject matter expert on all things carbon pricing in the Americas and the Pacific Rim, leading the charge to let the market determine the best ways to innovate to eliminate carbon pollution,” said Gavin Pitchford, CEO of Delta Management Group.
“On behalf of IETA’s 150+ corporate members, Katie leads efforts to identify market solutions that address the climate challenge, building cross-border and cross-sector partnerships worldwide,” Pitchford said.
“Katie has helped shape effective job, investment and business-friendly climate plans, policies and financial structures, leading to billions of dollars in investment in the emerging low-carbon economy,” he added.
“I’m very honoured to receive this award,” said Katie Sullivan. “It reflects the hard work of a lot of people in pushing for efficient and effective market mechanisms.”
“Being recognised in this way is a great incentive to continue our important work.”
“We are extremely proud that the Clean50 and Delta Management Group has honoured Katie with a Clean16 award,” said Dirk Forrister, IETA’s CEO. “Our community knows her hard work, dedication and enthusiasm for market solutions to climate change, so she absolutely deserves this recognition.”
You can read more about the Clean50 summit and the Clean50 awards at www.clean50.com.
About Delta Management Group / Canada’s Clean50:
Leading sustainability and clean tech search firm Delta Management Group in 2011 founded, and remains the steward of, the Canada’s Clean50 awards, created to annually identify, recognise and connect 50 sustainability leaders from every sector of Canadian endeavour, in order to facilitate understanding, collaboration and innovation in the fight to keep climate change impacts below 1.5 degrees Celsius. Ancillary awards also recognise 10 Emerging Leaders and the Top 20 Sustainability Projects of the year.