Amelia Sharman
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Amelia Sharman

External Reporting Board / Te Kāwai Ārahi Pūrongo Mōwaho

Director, climate standards

  • Extensive background in climate and sustainability policy, most recently as head of policy at energy innovation entity Ara Ake.
  • Previously worked for the NZ Productivity Commission contributing to climate and sustainability reports on NZ’s transition to a low-emissions economy, including the commission’s work on climate-related financial disclosures
  • Earlier in project management roles in the UK including consultancy to the European Commission and responsibility for the international implementation of the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol.

Career

Amec Foster Wheeler (Environment & Infrastructure UK)
Principal Consultant - Climate Mitigation
Oct 2015 - Apr 2017
New Zealand Productivity Commission / Te Kōmihana Whai Hua o Aotearoa
Principal Advisor
May 2017 - Nov 2020
Interim Climate Change Committee
Principal Analyst
Sep 2018 - Apr 2019
Ara Ake
Head of Policy
Nov 2020 - Jun 2021
External Reporting Board / Te Kāwai Ārahi Pūrongo Mōwaho
Director Climate Standards
Jun 2021 - Present

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