- Contributed policy and economic analysis to $12 million campaign to raise MI renewable energy to 25% by 2025
- Provided business development and strategic consulting to Circle of Blue, an NGO addressing the crisis at the nexus of food, water and energy
- Developed US market entry strategy for the Carbon Trust to help business & public sector clients cut carbon emissions, save energy & commercialize low carbon technologies
- Designed and presented comprehensive proposal materials including Department of Energy RFPs
Doug Glancy has over a decade working on climate, energy and sustainability issues across the public, private and nonprofit sectors. As the manager of the marketing and enterprise business units for the world’s largest mobile electronics recycler, Doug created partnerships with Fortune 50 companies that led to $3M in incremental revenue while keeping hundreds of thousands of cell phones out of landfills. In addition, he worked closely with executives across the organization to create the company’s first corporate sustainability report and to implement a number of efficiency, waste reduction, and employee engagement programs. Prior to this role, Doug consulted with businesses and non-profits across a variety of sectors including reinsurance, energy & utilities and state government. Doug began his career on Capitol Hill as the environmental, energy and agricultural aide to Senator Carl Levin.
He holds a BS in Political Science from Trinity College and MBA/MS from the University of Michigan, where he focused on climate change and corporate sustainability. In addition to speaking engagements, Doug has contributed to a groundbreaking report on Corporate Climate Change Strategies for the Pew Center on Climate Change, and led two delegations to the United Nations Climate Change Conference. He is an Executive Board member of the Michigan League of Conservation Voters.