Ivana Radulovic has more than 15 years of work experience in the energy and climate change while working with various public and private organizations and companies in the countries in the region, as well as in the EU, Brazil and North Africa. She graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Belgrade, and through the US government research project “Development of the 4th generation of nuclear reactors”, she earned her Master of Science degree at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Podgorica. She was a member of the team working in the projects related to the Kyoto protocol ratification and its implementation using its Clean Development Mechanism – CDM in the countries in the region: Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Albania. She was engaged in a large number of projects related to development strategies in the field of energy and climate change, conducting studies on the renewable energy sources and energy efficiency potentials and capacity building on the local and national levels. Beside, Ivana worked on the carbon and water management projects, for companies (GHG inventory) and for the products supply chain (Carbon and Water footprint) in different industrial and public sectors. The main objectives of the projects she worked on were to assess the impact of both products supply chains, companies and corporation on the climate change and to identify the solution to its reduction through energy savings measures, use the renewable energy sources and resource efficiency. She has been a member of Eco global team since 2014 and with her expertise she significantly contributes to the company success.