Vice President, Climate and Sustainability
John Venezia has over 20 years of experience on climate change issues, specializing in greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory development, designing GHG measurement, reporting, and verification guidelines, and analyzing the costs and reduction potential of GHG mitigation strategies. He leads ICF’s GHG Mitigation and Sustainability practice, working with clients to support their efforts to decarbonize and adopt more sustainable practices. John and his team provide strategic advice, implementation support, and evaluation services, which include governments at every level, multi- and bilateral funding institutions, and commercial clients in the U.S. and abroad.
Nominated by the United States to the UNFCCC's Roster of Experts, John is an internationally recognized expert in GHG emissions from the energy sector and in national GHG emission inventories. He has an M.S. in Environmental Science and Policy from Johns Hopkins University and a B.S. in Biology and Environmental Science and Policy from Duke University.