Chris Dixon O’Mara

Policy Advisor

Chris Dixon O’Mara is a Policy Advisor for E3G’s Sustainable Finance team. He focuses on sustainable finance and climate-related disclosure.

Chris Dixon O’Mara

Chris works on the progress of sustainable finance to underpin the delivery of the UK’s net-zero and climate resilience goals. His work helps to create the conditions for this to be replicated by other major economies.  

Chris works on coordinating both insider and outsider advocacy efforts and convening a broad community of governments, civil society and non-state actors on sustainable finance in the UK. He produces tailored policy briefs, thought leadership pieces and consultation responses on sustainable finance and climate-related financial risk for decision-makers.

Prior to joining E3G, he was a Technical Manager with CDP responsible for developing reporting frameworks to support companies, city, state and regional governments in disclosing their climate-related risks, opportunities and impacts. In addition to this Chris has held roles with the European Commission, Irish Government and in the energy sector in the USA to effect change on key renewable energy policies and legislation.

In his spare time Chris plays Gaelic football and enjoys trail and long distance running.

Chris works on the progress of sustainable finance to underpin the delivery of the UK’s net-zero and climate resilience goals. His work helps to create the conditions for this to be replicated by other major economies.  

Chris works on coordinating both insider and outsider advocacy efforts and convening a broad community of governments, civil society and non-state actors on sustainable finance in the UK. He produces tailored policy briefs, thought leadership pieces and consultation responses on sustainable finance and climate-related financial risk for decision-makers.

Prior to joining E3G, he was a Technical Manager with CDP responsible for developing reporting frameworks to support companies, city, state and regional governments in disclosing their climate-related risks, opportunities and impacts. In addition to this Chris has held roles with the European Commission, Irish Government and in the energy sector in the USA to effect change on key renewable energy policies and legislation.

In his spare time Chris plays Gaelic football and enjoys trail and long distance running.

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