Bruce Pollock is an urban development specialist with expertise in local governance and public services, infrastructure, climate change, and environment. Since 1981, he has successfully assisted governments in less developed countries plan and implement sustainable and equitable service delivery improvements. His experience spans more than 20 countries, mainly in Asia and the Mediterranean. He has managed projects for the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the World Bank (WB), the United Nations (UN), and the UK government's Department for International Development (DFID) in public service delivery, environment, and climate change adaptation.
Previously, Mr. Pollock advanced his waste management, environmental, and climate change skills by working with governments to address urban development issues that are not only sustainable, but also promote economic development and alleviate poverty. Achieving this meant augmenting his environmental engineering skills with governance and project management proficiencies. Mr. Pollock's experience provides a balanced blend of engineering skills complemented with economic development, governance, and management experience that allow him to perceive challenges as clients see them.
Mr. Pollock has a master's degree in Water and Environmental Engineering from Loughborough University of Technology, England.