Head of Circular Economy Initiative,
World Economic Forum
Antonia Gawel is an expert on clean energy, environment and sustainability policy.
Currently heading the World Economic Forum’s Circular Economic Initiative, she has worked in Bhutan as an advisor on environment and clean energy programmes and at the International Energy Agency (IEA). She was responsible for IEA’s work on monitoring and evaluating clean energy policy and deployment progress as input to the Clean Energy Ministerial and G-20 processes, and was a lead author of IEA’s flagship energy technology publication, Energy Technology Perspectives 2012. She was formerly Deputy Director, Energy and Climate, at the World Business Council for Sustainable Development in Geneva, and has worked in energy and sustainability policy in the private and NGO sectors, including with SustainAbility and the International Institute for Sustainable Development.
Antonia Gawel is speaking at the following WCEF2018 session:
Mon 22 October at 14:30 : Unlocking the 4th Industrial Revolution Technology Potential in Accelerating the Circular Economy