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Senior Fellow and member of the Board of Directors of Global Urban Development

Lawrence is a Senior Fellow and member of the Board of Directors of Global Urban Development.


Vice Chair of the Climate Prosperity Alliance

Lawrence Bloom is Vice Chair of the Climate Prosperity Alliance, a Senior Fellow and member of the Board of Directors of Global Urban Development, Vice Chairman of Climate Prosperity Strategies LLC, and Chairman of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) Green Economy Initiative on Green Cities, Buildings, and Transport. He also is Chairman for United Kingdom Affairs of the Intergovernmental Renewable Energy Organization, a member and former Chairman of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Urban Management, and a member of the Jury for the Globe Award for Sustainable Cities. In addition, he serves as Executive Chairman of Bhairavi Energies, a private corporation researching and investing in bio-remediation and in renewable energy and clean water technologies. He previously served on the Executive Committee of the Intercontinental Hotel Group, managing its $3 billion global real estate portfolio, and he created an environmental manual for the Intercontinental Hotels that was endorsed by HRH Prince Charles and is now being used in 4.5 million hotel rooms worldwide. In 1989 he created the Global Action Plan, which is now the charity partner of the Sky Corporation.

Click here for Climate Prosperity Alliance website.


One Minute Interview – Global Agenda Summit – Dubai November 2008

The “One minute interview” at the Global Agenda Summit, of the World Economic Forum at Dubai November 2008 as Chairman of the Urban Management Council.


Interview at a Universal Peace Federation meeting – May 2010

This is Lawrence being interviewed at a Universal Peace Federation meeting in May 2010.

Click here for the article on the PUF site.


“Perspectives of a Moral Economy” in the House of Lords – August 2009

Lawrence was asked to discuss the “Perspectives of a Moral Economy” at a committee room at the House of Lords in August 2009.

Part 1

Part 2


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