Salma El Masri joins Egyptian consultancy Climate as partner

29 January 2024 Consultancy-me.com 1 min. read
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Egyptian sustainability consultancy Climate has bolstered its partner team in Cairo with Salma El Masri.

Bringing over fifteen years of experience to Climate, Salma El Masri will help the consulting firm expand its offering in topics including sustainability, climate change, ESG strategy and execution, decarbonization, and ESG reporting.

“I’m thrilled to have joined Climate as a partner. Working together with the team at Climate, I’m excited by the opportunity to help businesses and public sector organizations with their transition to a more sustainable world.”

Salma El Masri joins Egyptian consultancy Climate as partner

El Masri joins Climate from the Egyptian Carbon Center, where she helped clients across the country with developing their decarbonization plans and led the coordination and delivery of projects.

An architect by background, El Masri has over the course of a decade in architecture gained deep expertise around sustainability in the built environment, supporting builders and developers with adopting environmental design principles. Lifting her practical know-how in the domain, she recently completed a Masters in Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment, obtained at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.

“As a distinguished professional, Salma brings a wealth of knowledge that will undoubtedly elevate our commitment to sustainability. Her notable expertise in delivering carbon footprint reports and crafting effective ESG strategies aligns seamlessly with our mission to drive forward positive environmental, economic and social impact,” said Mohamed Hassan, Managing Director at Climate.

Headquartered in Cairo, Climate serves private companies, governments, banks, and global institutions. The firm is also co-lead of the Building Environments Sustainable Transition, an initiative launched in tandem with the UN Global Compact Network aimed at making residential communities more sustainable and circular.