Nicolás Cisneros is a sustainability strategist focused on helping industry and governments leverage principles of sustainability to achieve competitiveness through innovation, with the ultimate goal of promoting prosperity and sustainable development. He has extensive experience advising governments across the globe on varied sectors and topics such as climate change policy, sustainable finance, green growth, renewable energy, extractive resources and mining, electric mobility, trade and investment policy, sustainable innovation, private sector engagement, ecolabels, and sustainability standards. Nicolás has worked at the NDC Partnership – cohosted by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the World Resources Institute – and across several divisions and offices of the United Nations Environment Programme. As an Adjunct Lecturer at Wake Forest University, he teaches courses such as International Environmental Policy; Sustainability, Strategy and Innovation; and Behavioral Economics and Sustainability. Nicolás holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Davidson College, a Master’s degree in International Affairs from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, and certificates in governance of extractive industries, intellectual property, and sustainable finance.