Arturo Brandt

Lawyer from Diego Portales University, Santiago, Chile, holds a LLM Master of Laws in Environmental Law from Vermont Law School, Vermont, United States. No 1 environmental law school in the country by U.S. News and World Report.

Mr. Brandt displays strong competencies on sustainability, climate change, emissions trading, renewable energy, environmental compliance, climate finance, environmental legislation, litigation, and market brokerage for the LNG, carbon and biomass industries.

With more than 15 years of experience in the United States, Chile, Germany and United Kingdom, including in-depth experience consulting and leading interdisciplinary task forces in the environmental field across Latin America, Arturo has demonstrated his expertise knowledge with carbon markets and climate change through a global perspective

Former professional posts include The World Conservation Union – IUCN Environmental Law Center in Bonn, Germany, Poch Ambiental (a Leading Environmental Consulting in South America), Senior Latin American Project Manager for First Climate.

Currently, Arturo serves as a Senior Broker for Latin American Environmental Markets with Tradition Green (part of TRADITION) as well as an Associate Lawyer at Vial Serrano, a leading Chilean law firm.

Arturo is also the current Executive Secretary of the Chilean Association for Environmental Law, member of the Commission for Environmental Law at IUCN, Adjunct Professor at both Vermont Law School for Global Energy Law and Policy, as well as several Universities in Chile on Climate Change and Low Carbon Economy Policy, and Senior Fellow for Latin American Climate, Energy Law and Policy for the Institute for Energy and the Environment at Vermont Law School.

Arturo has authored publications and participated in conferences, both in Chile and abroad.

He has been nominated as a noteworthy attorney in the environmental section of the English publication, “Who is Who Legal” for the years 2010 through 2015.

2019-03-18T12:53:42-04:00 marzo 18th, 2019|
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