Mr Khattak is Director of Global Environmental Programs at the Climate Institute and has over 12 years of experience in working on a variety of international environmental and renewable energy policy projects. He is spearheading the Institute's International Leadership Alliance for Climate Stabilization, which includes development and implementation of sustainable energy and climate protection plans for participating small islands states and states within populous developing nations. He also manages the Climate Institute's Global Sustainable Energy Islands Initiative, which involves a half dozen small island states in the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean. Mr Khattak has a master's degree in Engineering Management from George Washington University in Washington DC. He got his bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from Pakistan and also has a bachelor's degree in law and political science from the University of Peshawar in Pakistan.
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