Brice Lalonde, Special Advisor to the United Nations Global Compact for Sustainable Development, has been appointed as an Executive Committee member of the Rexel Foundation for a better energy future. He replaces Jana Revedin, Architect, Founder and Curator of the “Global Award for Sustainable Architecture. He will thus sit on the Executive Committee alongside two other independent experts: Dan Esty, Hillhouse Professor of Environmental Law and Policy at Yale University and Ernst Worrell, Professor of Energy, Resources & Technological Change at the Copernicus Institute at Utrecht University.
Rudy Provoost, Chairman of the Rexel Foundation and Rexel Group Chairman and CEO, said: “I am very pleased to welcome Brice Lalonde as an independent and expert member of the Rexel Foundation. Brice’s fighting spirit and extensive experience as mayor, government minister and international negotiator, will bring tremendous value and ensure optimal governance of the Rexel Foundation.”
Brice Lalonde said: “This new role is a great opportunity to work with and encourage companies like Rexel to drive energy progress and achieve their environmental commitments.”
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