Scott Muller

Scott studied environmental engineering at Vanderbilt University and has been working internationally for 2 decades in the public and private sectors; implementing projects for low emission development, urban sustainability and the valorization of ecosystem services.  He currently co-chairs the working group on Sub-National Integration of the Low Emission Development Strategies Global Partnership (LEDS GP) and is a Senior Scientist with the Spatial Informatics Group -a leading environmental think-tank.  Previously, he was the director for the Clinton Foundation’s Climate Initiative (CCI-C40) in Lima, Peru.ScottMuller

Scott is a passionate waterman, and worked for many years as an international whitewater and sea kayak guide.  As a whitewater kayak slalom athlete, he competed in the 1996 Olympic Games and 3 world championships.

Scott lives in Montpelier Vt, with his wife Edisa and 2 children, Allegra Jane (6) and Scott Sebastian (2mo).  He is an active squirt boater and fly fisherman on Vermont’s rivers.

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