February 27, 2012 at 14:22 PM EST
Stanford Who’s Who Brings In Caroline I. Bayliss

MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA, February 27, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/– Stanford Who’s Who has the honor to present Caroline I. Bayliss as a member of the professional elite for her contribution to the field of global sustainability. As Director of the Climate Group as well as throughout her inspiring career, Caroline has been the embodiment of commitment and capability, attributes which have lead to her nomination among the best.

The Climate Group is an environmental nonprofit organization established in 2004. Their purpose is to join influential governments, brands, and public personalities across the world in order to set in motion the policies, technologies, and investments designed to ensure the availability of the clean revolution. The clean revolution implicates the implementation of such technologies that can have a positive effect on climate, guaranteeing a better and safer future for the planet.

Caroline is responsible for the global sustainability projects in Australia. Her expertise encompasses sustainability assessments, indicators, reporting, and procurement.  Caroline is a specialized advisor in relation to the voluntary carbon offset market and organizational carbon management strategies. She does not regard her work only as a profession, but as part of her life. She works and seeks development in a field where passion and commitment is the driving force. Caroline’s implication in various projects has contributed to her successful career in a field dedicated to the benefit of human kind. Outside of work Caroline is an enthusiastic reader and cook, and traveler.

Trained to be a law advocate, Caroline has benefited on many occasions from her Bachelor’s Degree in Law, from Monash University. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from there as well and received Certification from the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Caroline serves as an Ambassador for the 1 Million Women Campaign and as the Director of the Volunteer Carbon Market Association and of Eco-Buy Ltd. She also serves on the Advisory Council of the United Nations Global Compact Cities Programmer. Her experience stretches over numerous years and her expertise is highly appreciated by private and nonprofit organizations alike.

To view more information on Caroline Bayliss click here

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