Mike Peirce

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Mike Peirce, Treasurer of Think Global , "is Deputy Director at the Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership, where he leads a number of executive education programmes, including the World Bank Sustainable Development Leadership Programme for senior Bank staff. In May 2009 he directed the St James's Palace Nobel Laureates Symposium on climate change that concluded with a Memorandum now signed by over fifty Nobel Laureates. He is involved in a number of other initiatives, including as a member of the Steering Group of the Prince of Wales's Accounting for Sustainability Project (A4S).

"Mike has over a decade's experience in sustainable development research, consultancy and education, with five years prior in strategic consultancy and commercial due diligence at a top-tier firm. He spent five years with the NGO, AccountAbility, at first managing the development of its corporate accountability framework, AA1000, and later as Chief Operating Officer. Mike has a degree in Politics, Philosophy & Economics from Oxford University and a postgraduate diploma in international relations from Johns Hopkins University."[1]

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  1. Think Global Trustees, organizational web page, accessed March 25, 2012.