Nick Moss, senior manager on the infrastructure and climate change team at Adam Smith International, offers some lessons learned from ASI's portfolio of DfID projects to understand what COP22 commitments could look like at scale.

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  • Nick Moss

    Nick Moss is a senior manager in the infrastructure and climate change team at Adam Smith International, with a background in climate change advisory and management of large scale technical assistance projects. He has previously supported and managed the delivery of technical advisory services to DFID, the Global Green Growth Institute, UNDP, NORAD and the World Bank. Throughout this work, Nick has lead on technical delivery program oversight and management, client and stakeholder liaison and financial oversight. Nick’s particular area of expertise is in climate change projects, finance and project development and he has supported and worked on donor funded projects in the South Pacific, Africa, Asia and South America.