Anderson Kehbila was a Communications Officer at Carbon Talks. He is a certified energy and carbon Auditor with substantial experience and background knowledge in energy and greenhouse gas (GHG) management and has played a key role in the development and implementation of numerous low-carbon/sustainability strategies for corporate, municipal, government and non-governmental organizations.
Anderson is the founder of EcoXergy Solutions Inc., a consulting company that specializes in carbon trading analysis, measuring/auditing, monitoring, tracking and the verification of energy conservation and GHG emission reductions to curb the carbon footprints and energy costs of businesses and improve their financial bottom line. Before founding EcoXergy, Anderson served as a team member of a European Union ECOLIFE II Project that focused on the state-of-the-art technologies to manage and evaluate the design, manufacturing, (re)use and recycling of electrical and electronic products from cradle to cradle.
Anderson holds a PhD and an MSc in Environmental and Resource Management from the Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany, and has a strong publication record on corporate social responsibility and environmental management, stakeholder management, climate change and alternative energy policy development. He recently completed his MBA coursework at the Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada.
Blog Posts by Anderson Kehbila
Canada and the global commitment to renewable energy: a story of lost opportunity
By Anderson Kehbila - December 12, 2011
The recent “Renewables 2011 Global Status Report” by the Renewable Policy Network for the 21st Century paints a dire picture of Canada’s renewable energy industry... read more
Is car-sharing a model for mainstream transportation in the future?
By Anderson Kehbila - December 07, 2011
The automobile industry has undergone significant changes over the past decades. However, it is arguably on the verge of its greatest transformation ever... read more
Will the Durban Climate Summit succeed?
By Anderson Kehbila - November 25, 2011
One of the hot potatoes being passed around the policy branches of state departments around the globe is the question of how to achieve a comprehensive, balanced and ambitious post-2012 Kyoto protocol that satisfies the principles of equity and common but differentiated responsibilities... read more
Building community resilience in an uncertain future
By Anderson Kehbila - October 31, 2011
was a standing room only crowd at Carbon Talks October 25, brown bag lunch dialogue on Resilient Cities with Boyd Cohen... read more
An uncertain future for Canada’s fresh water supply
By Anderson Kehbila - October 13, 2011
Many Canadians take access to clean drinking water for granted and do not yet realize that water conservation is fast becoming a critical issue as the supply of portable water becomes increasingly scarce in many parts of the country... read more