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Author - Gabrielle Giner

Programme Manager, BT Better Future Programme

Gabrielle Giner

Gabrielle joined BT in 1997. She spent her first three years with BT in Tokyo, developing and managing BT’s regulatory and public affairs programmes. Since then Gabrielle has worked on various change programmes in BT, including promoting ICT solutions sales outside the UK, improving BT’s bid management processes, introducing new people values into BT Group and managing a programme to grow BT’s Wireless LAN sales to corporate customers. In May 2009, Gabrielle joined the BT corporate responsibility team where she is responsible for developing and managing various programmes on environmental sustainability. As part of this role, Gabrielle leads BT’s work on carbon footprinting of ICT products and services, supply chain engagement on environmental issues and sustainable design. Gabrielle led the BT team that developed a pioneering methodology to estimate the carbon footprint of the communications services that BT has provided to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Gabrielle also represents BT externally in various industry associations and is part of the team that set up the Greenhouse Gas Protocol ICT Sector Guidance consortium. Prior to joining BT, Gabrielle worked as a Public Affairs and PR consultant in Washington DC, Stockholm and Brussels. Gabrielle holds an MSc in Telecommunications Business from the University College London, an MA in International Economics and Relations from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Washington DC and a BA in International Relations/Asian Studies. She is also an alumnus of the University of Cambridge Climate Leaders Programme.


Industry collaboration - taking big steps towards smaller carbon footprints

Gabrielle Giner | August 11, 2012

The first draft of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol ICT sector guidance was released for public comment in March 2012. The second draft is due to be published in August, with final publication planned for autumn 2012.

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After COP22, what now? Let’s seize the opportunity to unlock ICT opportunities on climate action

Gabrielle Giner | November 24, 2016

Much hope has been pinned on global leaders attending this year’s COP22 Climate Change Conference in Marrakesh. The theme is a simple one: action. The historic agreement made in Paris last year needs to be matched with deeds, from governments and business alike. The pressure is on to show leadership.

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