About the Institute
What is the E-liability Institute?
The E-liability Institute is a global not-for-profit with a mission to rapidly ramp up adoption of the E-liability method and to communicate learnings with corporations, universities, and the public sector. We want to create an ecosystem for rigorous carbon accounting worldwide, enabling well-functioning green-finance and carbon-sequestration markets.
The Institute supports organizations that are piloting adoption of the E-liability method. We also work with technology providers, audit firms and consulting firms that will help organizations to move from pilot to enterprise-wide scale. And we seek to catalyze the broader ecosystem of policymakers, regulators, standard setters and investors to urgently upgrade the global standards for carbon reporting and to drive decarbonisation innovation.
The Institute is funded through philanthropic donations from supporters who share our commitment to improving carbon accounting. The Institute does not charge for its services, and has no commercial interests in furthering the adoption of the E-liability methodology.
Board of Directors
Robert S. Kaplan – Co-founder and Senior fellow
Chris Liddell – Chair
Karthik Ramanna – Co-founder and Principal investigator
Michael Mahoney – Chief Executive
Lauren Holloway – Chief of Staff
Harry Kirk – General Manager, Operations
Marc Roston – Senior Fellow
Chloe Zhang – Head of Partnerships & External Relations
Myles Allen – Professor of Geosystems Science, Oxford
Patricia Dechow – Professor of Accounting, Finance, and Economics, USC
Iván Duque – Formerly, President of the Republic of Colombia
Lucy Parker – Partner and Business & Society Global Lead, Brunswick Group
Alicia Seiger – Managing Director, Stanford Sustainable Finance Initiative