Alexander de Roo
Alexander de Roo was Member of the European Parliament (1999-2004) for the Dutch Green Party, where he was rapporteur for EU Directives on noise, air pollution, Emission Trading. Prior to that, Alexander was scientific advisor to the Green Group in the European Parliament, active in the Amsterdam City Council and founding father of the Dutch Green party. He studied chemical technology in Delft and political science in Amsterdam.
He has represented the European Parliament in the management board of the European Chemical Agency in Helsinki (2007-2009) and is also the chairman of the Dutch NGO Waddenvereniging, protecting the UNESCO World Heritage of the Waddenzee in the Netherlands.
Mr de Roo is advising clients on issues related to European energy and environmental policies including topics such as energy efficiency, Smart Grid, biodiversity, ecological footprint, chemicals, waste, noise levels, as well as pollution of air and water. He is also leading our Round Table on Clean Tech issues.