Imran Ahmad is an Honorary Associate Professor at the Fenner School of Environment and Society at The Australian National University, where he contributes to thought leadership and research on climate change and sustainable development.

Imran has also been the Founding Director of Future Earth Australia, hosted by the Australian Academy of Science, where he lead and established the global sustainability initiative in Australia and the Oceania region.

He has a demonstrated track record of achievements in senior management positions in international organizations, including the United Nations and government. He has been a member of various United Nations expert groups and is a World Wildlife Foundation Australia Governor.

Imran is the former Director of East-Asia and Pacific at the Global Green Growth Institute in Seoul, Republic of Korea, where he led green growth initiatives in the East Asia and Pacific region. He is a global expert on climate change and sustainable development and has been involved in leading climate change, energy, environment and sustainable development programs, policies and programs for over 25 years largely in the Asia-Pacific region.

Imran regularly speaks on climate change, energy and sustainable development at high-level events.