Bernard David was born on 1957. Bernard David Wiki, Age, Family, Height, Net Worth & Bio.
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Bernard David Net Worth
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Bernard David Career
David has started, grown, and sold several companies. SaveSmart (Prio, Inc.)— acquired by Infospace, Inc., and officesupplies.com—acquired by Office Depot are a couple of them.
In 2007, David spoke at the Pacific Pension Institute’s Annual Conference titled “Climate Change and Its Influence on Investing: A New Perspective.” This speech highlighted investment possibilities brought about by a changing climate. It has been applied by David when making investments or sitting on corporate boards. David was the founder of ReProduct and serves as a director for CMC Energy Services, Inc. He has previously served on the boards of Solidia Technologies, Inc., Tangent Energy Solutions, and Philadelphia Renewable Energy, Inc. EnerTech Capital was David’s venture partner and advisor.
Since 2001, David has focused on the field of sustainability. He feels that a systems approach to conservation is necessary—one based in science and using market forces to propel and fuel progress. In order for this to happen, he established the Global CO2 Initiative, a market-based approach to addressing one of the planet’s great challenges: excessive CO2 emissions in our atmosphere and oceans’ effect on global climate change. The program’s objective is to develop economically viable solutions that provide long-term climatological benefits through investments in cutting-edge technology.
Mr. David was also a Commissioner on the Energy Transitions Commission, a group of world leaders from various sectors including business, government, academia, and nonprofit organizations that believe the development of energy systems is not a single change but rather many small yet interconnected changes.
The organization’s mission is to educate entrepreneurs, government leaders and policy makers on how to make credible, fast worldwide energy transitions.