Jasper Sky is a project management consultant who organizes collaborative projects, involving networks of experts, to address technical questions, consider policy options, and develop plausible scenarios for the future evolution of a complex system. His current areas of focus include climate policy, ‘green growth’ financial mechanisms, and conservation finance.
Jasper is presently an executive consultant to the Sydney-based Centre for Economic Stability, a Fellow of the Cambridge-based policy think-tank E3 Foundation, and an Affiliate of the University of Cambridge Centre for Climate Change Mitigation Research (4CMR). From 2009-2011, he was coordinator of the ‘Dangerous Climate Change Assessment Project’ (DanCCAP) at the University of Oxford’s Environmental Change Institute. Jasper is also a member of the Climate Bonds Initiative.
In the past, Jasper has worked as a consultant to startup companies, performed due diligence on new energy technologies for venture capital firms, and provided environmental policy and land use management consulting services to Canadian governments, politicians and non-government organizations. He is a citizen of Germany and Canada, and divides his time mostly between Berlin and the UK.