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Henry Derwent is president and CEO of the [[International Emissions Trading Association]] ([[IETA]]) starting in February 2008.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://energy.environmental-expert.com/resultEachArticle.aspx?cid=23865&codi=30330&idproducttype=6|name=Interview with Henry Derwent, head of the International Emissions Trading Association|org=Environmental Network.com|date=December 23, 2008}}</ref> He replaced [[Andrei Marcu]].
Henry Derwent is former president and CEO of the [[International Emissions Trading Association]] ([[IETA]]) starting in February 2008.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://energy.environmental-expert.com/resultEachArticle.aspx?cid=23865&codi=30330&idproducttype=6|name=Interview with Henry Derwent, head of the International Emissions Trading Association|org=Environmental Network.com|date=December 23, 2008}}</ref> He replaced [[Andrei Marcu]]. Derwent stepped down from IETA in May 2012, and was replaced by [[Dirk Forrister]], former climate adviser to President Bill Clinton.


Derwent is former director of Climate, Energy and Environmental Risk at the UK [[Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs]],([[Defra]]), the lead UK Department on climate policy and sustainable energy, including energy efficiency.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://finance.senate.gov/hearings/testimony/2008test/042408hdtest.pdf|name=SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE - HEARING THURSDAY 24
Derwent is former director of Climate, Energy and Environmental Risk at the UK [[Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs]],([[Defra]]), the lead UK Department on climate policy and sustainable energy, including energy efficiency.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://finance.senate.gov/hearings/testimony/2008test/042408hdtest.pdf|name=SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE - HEARING THURSDAY 24 APRIL 2008|org=Senate Finance Committee|date=December 23, 2008}}</ref>  
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Henry Derwent
Occupation President and CEO
Employer International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
Location Geneva

Henry Derwent is former president and CEO of the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) starting in February 2008.[1] He replaced Andrei Marcu. Derwent stepped down from IETA in May 2012, and was replaced by Dirk Forrister, former climate adviser to President Bill Clinton.

Derwent is former director of Climate, Energy and Environmental Risk at the UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs,(Defra), the lead UK Department on climate policy and sustainable energy, including energy efficiency.[2]

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