Stanley Igwebuike Ijeoma is Nigeria Country Representative and member of the Committee of Chairs on the board of the Bonn, Germany based World Council for Renewable Energy [WCRE]. As a seasoned climate change expert, Stanley was engaged by the Cairo, Egypt based African Ministerial Conference on Environment [AMCEN] and the African Group of Climate Change Negotiators [AGN] to co-author the Technical Report of the African Union [AU] commissioned African Adaptation Initiative –a continental framework for increasing international climate finance flows into Africa that would drive the proliferation of concrete climate change adaptation projects across Africa.

As one of the pioneers of the Lighting Africa Development Marketplace [DM] competition for the design and delivery of low cost, high quality, non-fossil fuel-based lighting products targeting low income consumers in Sub-Saharan Africa; Stanley was officially invited by the World Bank and International Finance Corporation [IFC] to participate in the first ever Global Business Conference on Off-grid lighting in Africa in Accra, Ghana in May 2008. The DM is part of broader Lighting Africa program managed by the World Bank/IFC which seeks to reach 250 million Africans with modern, affordable low carbon lighting by year 2030.

Stanley's climate change and low carbon economy thematic articles and opinion papers like “Climate Change and Survival Instinct”, “We need Low Carbon Energy Infrastructures”, “Nigeria and Climate Change Adaptation”, “Sustaining African Businesses in a Changing Climate”, etc have been consulted globally as they continue to influence public policy in favour of low carbon economic development in African countries.

Stanley, a former associate member of the Oregon, United States based International Society of Sustainability Professionals [ISSP] is currently Chief Executive Officer of Schrodinger Greentech Limited, an Abuja, Nigeria based Corporate Climate Change Consultancy.