Bremley W.B. Lyngdoh

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In 1993 Bremely started to work on a project to combat decertification and regenerate the desert ecosystem in Rajasthan, India, and received the WWF Prince Bernhard Scholarship for Environmental Leadership in 1997. 2 years later he joined the Global Environment Facility Division of UNDP and worked on biodiversity protection in Tamil Nadu, India. Subsequently he worked in New York with the Commission on Sustainable Development Secretariat at UN/ Agenda 21. Bremley was later appointed by the Prime Minister to represent his country at the UN Millennium Summit where he addressed the 2000 Millennium Assembly. In 2001 Bremley joined the Permanent Mission of India and worked at the UN Ambassador’s office. He then graduated  from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs with a Master of International Affairs degree in Environmental Policy Studies.  Later he joined the Environment Department of the World Bank on linking poverty reduction and environmental management funded
by DFID, EU, UNDP and World Bank. Bremley completed his Master of Philosophy on Sustainable Forest Management and Rural Livelihood Strategies at the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2007 and completed his Doctor of Philosophy degree, impacts of climate change on indigenous peoples, at the Intercultural Open
University. He is the Co-founder of the Global Youth Action Network and sits on the Board of Directors of PCI Media Impact and the Humanitad Foundation.

Worldview Impact is a social enterprise that is creating a sustainable business for a sustainable future by mitigating climate change at the grassroots level, through the creation of sustainable livelihoods in order to reduce poverty. His global team is currently working on addressing social, economic and environmental issues by using the triple bottom line business approach working with local partners in nine pilot countries crossing continents. They are engaging consumers and producers in developed countries on issues concerning climate change and poverty by encouraging them to lead more sustainable lifestyles and produce greener products, thereby reducing their individual and corporate carbon footprints.

The funds raised from their carbon offsetting initiatives, are then used to support local climate change mitigation projects like reforestation, renewable energy, waste reduction and recycling, water harvesting and conservation in the developing countries to create green jobs and sustainable livelihoods for the poor to help reduce poverty inline with the UN Millennium Development Goals.

www.worldviewimpact.com