Dominic Kailash Nath Waughray
- Head of Public-Private Partnership, Member of the Management Committee, World Economic Forum
Degree (Hons) in Geography, Cambridge Univ.; Master's in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Univ. College London. 1994-98, Senior Scientific Officer, Natural Environment Research Council Institute of Hydrology, UK Civil Service; 1998-2005, Managing Partner, Environmental Resources Management. Currently, Senior Director, Head of Environmental Initiatives, World Economic Forum; responsible for the agenda on environment and sustainability issues, including events (Annual Meeting in Davos and regional meetings), analysis and initiatives (multistakeholder projects). Focus areas include resource scarcity (water-food-energy linkages); water security; climate change and green investment; sustainable production and consumption. International Fellow, IIED; Associate Fellow, Royal Institute of International Affairs; Trustee, The Climate Group, an international NGO; Vice-Chair, Water Resources Group Executive Committee, an international public-private partnership on water hosted by the World Bank Group; Member, UNFCCC Momentum for Change Advisory Panel, an initiative to select and showcase the world's most promising climate change mitigation and adaptation projects.