Thomas Osdoba joined EIT Climate-KIC in 2018 as a Senior Advisor. In his two years he created and launched Healthy, Clean Cities, the most advanced program of its kind for cities seeking to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030.
He spent four years helping Enterprise Community Partners to redefine its sustainability work, and created a new financing model to support clean energy projects for affordable housing in the US.
As Vancouver’s first Sustainability Director, he inspired and drove creation of British Columbia’s carbon tax by Premier Gordon Campbell in 2008.
Thomas Osdoba graduated from Saint John’s University, MN, with a B.Sc degree in Economics. He holds a Masters degree in Public Affairs from the Hubert Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota.