Jeremy Oppenheim is a Founder & Senior Partner of SYSTEMIQ, a systems-change company that partners with business, finance, policy makers and civil society to make economic systems truly sustainable.
Jeremy is the Programme Director of the Energy Transitions Commission, Blended Finance Taskforce and The Food and Land Use Commission. He is the lead author of the “Better Growth, Better Climate” report of the New Climate Economy project, and advisor to multiple governments, international coalitions, development banks, companies and foundations on system transformation, energy policy, green investment and resource productivity.
Previously, Jeremy spent over 20 years at McKinsey, developing and leading its Sustainability and Resource Productivity Practice from 2007-2015. He is also a former Senior Economist from the World Bank (1988-1993). He holds a first class degree from Cambridge University in Law and Economics (1984) and a Masters’ Degree in Public Administration (1986) from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
He sits on a number of non-profit boards, including Global Action Plan (as Chair), the Woods Hole Research Center and Rare (UK).