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DUNCAN R. MARSH
3100 Connecticut Ave. NW Apt. 329 (202) 550-6375
Washington, DC 20008 duncanmarsh@yahoo.com
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
THE NATURE CONSERVANCY, Arlington, Va, June, 2006 – present.
Director, International Climate Policy. Previously: Director, Forest Carbon Partnership.
. Leading the development and execution of one of the world’s largest environmental organizations’
engagement on international climate policy, including advocacy and supporting research.
Coordinating science-based policy positions and strategies on issues including reducing emissions
from deforestation and degradation (REDD+); climate adaptation; climate finance; social and
environmental safeguards; and overall international negotiations and policy. Leading a
geographically and culturally diverse global team of over 25 staff drawn from all of our international
regions and thematic focal area teams, as well as science and communications teams.
. As a member of the climate change management team, helped shape a vertically-integrated approach
to climate change advocacy and action, involving field demonstration programs, technical and
scientific research and tools development, applied policy research, and solutions-based advocacy,
including building influential coalitions among diverse stakeholders.
. Helped conceive of and develop the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility, now a $444 million publicprivate
partnership involving 52 countries and private sector and civil society and indigenous peoples
observers. After developing the concept with the World Bank, persuaded The Nature Conservancy’s
(TNC) management and Board to invest in the Facility as a founding Participant in 2007. Leading
TNC’s active engagement as the only NGO Participant in the Facility, including serving as the first
co-chair of its governing committee and of subsequent meetings of its primary committees.
. As a lead representative to international funding agencies, played key role in securing over $10
million in direct funding to support TNC climate change programs.
. Coordinating TNC’s climate policy strategies in strategically important countries, including China,
Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico and the U.S.; advising Conservation Beyond Borders program that
addresses China’s global environmental footprint.
. Leading and organizing TNC delegations to UN climate change negotiations.
. Advising and advocating on US federal and state climate policy issues including international
cooperation assistance, emissions trading systems design, and incentive-based approaches to
reducing deforestation.
. Member of TNC’s senior management team.
. Frequently deliver presentations at conferences on climate change, forest protection, climate finance
and sustainable development.
UNITED NATIONS FOUNDATION, Washington, DC, August, 2003 – December, 2005.
Senior Program Officer for Energy and Climate Change.
Managed a team that designed and executed a $66 million global portfolio of environmental projects
and initiatives, focusing on renewable energy, energy efficiency, progressive climate change and
energy policy, sustainable develoupment, poverty alleviation and global corporate responsibility
. As leader of a cross-departmental program team, was responsible for all aspects of UNF’s climate
and energy program, including program design, policy development, grant management, budget
development, financial and evaluation reporting, and public affairs.
DUNCAN R. MARSH Page 2
. Developed public-private partnerships among UN agencies, governments, private companies and
non-governmental organizations to develop and promote market-based models to mitigate greenhouse
gas emissions and improve access to energy.
. Led organization of high-level Institutional Investor Summits on Climate Change at the United
Nations in 2003 and 2005. Worked with institutional investors to raise awareness of climate change
risks, the need for improved corporate disclosure, and opportunities for investment in clean energy.
. Mediated the multilateral renegotiation of partnership responsibilities for the China Renewable
Energy Enterprise Development project, which provided start-up funding and enterprise development
services to small and medium companies delivering clean energy services in rural areas.
. Oversaw public affairs efforts, including policy and issue advocacy, program marketing, press
outreach and website development. UNF initiatives featured in Financial Times, The Economist,
New York Times, Wall Street Journal, BBC, UN TV and numerous other publications and broadcast
media.
. Coordinated UN Foundation engagement in climate change and international energy policy.
. Managed portfolio of over 40 active grants that have catalyzed over $50m in parallel investment.
. Recruited and led staff of three full-time employees, along with consultants and interns. Team leader
of broader inter-departmental energy team.
. Represented UN Foundation President on International Climate Change Taskforce (report published
in January 2005) and Global Roundtable on Climate Change. Represented UN Foundation and
delivered presentations at numerous conferences on issues of energy, climate change and sustainable
development.
. Served on steering committee of 2005 Beijing International Renewable Energy Conference.
UN FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE SECRETARIAT, Bonn, 2003.
Consultant to Sustainable Development Programme.
. Coordinated and produced reports for workshops on insurance and climate change, and synergies
between multilateral environmental agreements.
. Supported negotiations on issues relating to adaptation and the adverse impacts of climate change.
NATSOURCE LLC, Boulder, CO, 2001-2002. Senior Policy Consultant.
. As member of leading environmental and energy commodities brokerage’s Greenhouse Gas Strategic
Services Group, assisted companies and international financial institutions to identify, assess and
manage risks and opportunities associated with current and future greenhouse gas emissions
regulations, and worked with government clients to design emissions trading programs and assess the
compliance costs of climate change policy options.
. Developed pricing, marketing and product development strategies that maximized the value of firms’
emissions mitigation projects and technologies under a variety of government regimes, including the
Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol.
. Provided input to the design of project eligibility and credit trading rules for the CDM.
. Co-authored a report commissioned by Environment Canada entitled "Assessment of Private Sector
Anticipatory Response to GHG Market Development" that investigates market participants’ views on
future GHG permit prices, economic exposure to climate change policies, and strategies to mitigate
risk.
. Co-authored an analysis of the Netherlands’ proposed approach to the CDM that addressed target
prices; risk allocation; buyers’ and sellers’ market perspectives; and potential CDM project cycle
costs.
. Presented papers on emissions trading, project-based mechanisms, and climate change policy at
energy and environmental conferences.
DUNCAN R. MARSH Page 3
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE, OFFICE OF GLOBAL CHANGE, Washington, DC, 1997-2001.
Foreign Affairs Officer.
. Lead U.S. negotiator and national focal point for technology transfer and international
aviation/maritime emissions issues in global climate change negotiations. Led the working-level
interagency effort to develop and represent U.S. position on these issues, and to coordinate U.S.
government technology cooperation programs to inform and support that position.
. Advised State Department and Administration senior officials on scientific, technical and policy
issues of climate change, and on bilateral and regional environmental policy initiatives in Asia.
. Liaised with State Department and USAID missions overseas to build diplomatic and technical
support for U.S. negotiating positions.
. Evaluated greenhouse gas mitigation and sequestration projects for potential support under the U.S.
Initiative on Joint Implementation and other U.S. Government assistance programs.
. Advanced initiatives to develop environmental guidelines for export credit agencies.
. Served as negotiator and policy advisor on U.S. delegations to the U.N. Framework Convention on
Climate Change, U.N. Commission on Sustainable Development, the International Civil Aviation
Organization and the Climate Technology Initiative, and represented the U.S. government at
numerous other international and domestic meetings and workshops.
. At the Department of Energy in 1999-2000, researched economic, legal and national security aspects
of technology transfer and climate change policy.
U.S. EMBASSY BEIJING, 1998. Environment, Science and Technology Officer.
. Liaised with government agencies, research institutes, international donor organizations, nongovernmental
organizations, and private companies in the Chinese environmental community.
. Delivered presentations and represented the U.S. government at environmental conferences and
diplomatic engagements.
. Coordinated the U.S.-China High-Level Dialogue on Climate Change.
. Developed U.S.-China bilateral energy and environmental agreements and negotiated reconciliation
of their English and Chinese versions.
INDIANA UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS,
Bloomington, Indiana, 1995-97. Research Assistant.
. Assessed regional socio-economic impacts of global climate change and potential adaptation and
mitigation strategies via construction of simultaneous equation econometric model. Developed and
refined model at various spatial levels.
. Wrote journal articles and papers on model results and presented at environmental conferences.
. Prepared grant proposals to secure project funding.
TUNGHAI UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE,
Taichung, Taiwan, 1990-93. English Instructor.
. Level Coordinator, Freshman English program, 1991-93. Supervised twelve teachers and
approximately thirty classes, served as liaison between these teachers and administration, organised
training and peer review programs, and advised new teachers.
ASIAN ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY, Taichung, Taiwan, 1992-93. Editor, Nuclear Report from Taiwan.
. Edited, researched, wrote and designed this internationally-distributed newsletter which provided the
only comprehensive English-language coverage of Taiwan's nuclear energy issues.
DUNCAN R. MARSH Page 4
EDUCATION
. Master of Public Affairs, Indiana University, School of Public and Environmental Affairs,
Bloomington, IN, 2001.
. M.S., Environmental Science, Indiana University, School of Public and Environmental Affairs,
Bloomington, IN, 2001.
. Chinese language and cultural studies, Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan, 1990-1993.
. B.A., Politics and Government, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA, 1985.
HONORS, MEMBERSHIPS & LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES
. Superior Honor Award, U.S. Department of State, 2000.
. Meritorious Honor Award, U.S. Department of State, 1998.
. Presidential Management Internship, U.S. Department of State, 1997-1999.
. Member, Advisory Council of Renewable Energy International Law Project.
. Member, Professional Association for China’s Environment.
. Member (former), Steering Committees of Africa Rural Energy Enterprise Development and China
Rural Energy Enterprise Development partnerships.
. President, Graduate Students Association, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana
University, 1996-97.
. Assistant Coach, Tunghai University Men's Soccer Team, Taiwan, 1991-1992.
PUBLICATIONS
. Articles in Global Challenges: Furthering the Multilateral Process for Sustainable Development;
Environmental Finance; The Fundamentals of the World Power Industry, 2002; World Resources
Review; Nuclear Report from Taiwan; Atoms & Waste; WISE (World Information Service on Energy)
and The China News (Taipei).
LANGUAGE SKILLS
. Proficient in Mandarin Chinese. Some knowledge of Spanish, Japanese and Taiwanese

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