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Biography

Ignacio Campino
Vice President
Representative of the Board of Management for Sustainability and Climate Change
Deutsche Telekom

Photo: Dr. Ignacio Campino

Dr. agr. habil. Ignacio Campino was born in Santiago de Chile on April 13, 1947. He studied agricultural science at the Catholic University with a focus on ecology. After obtaining his doctorate and qualifying as a professor at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen, he joined the private sector.

Following several positions involving activities within Germany and abroad, he became Head of the Central Environmental Affairs Office of Deutsche Telekom AG in 1995. Today, Dr. Campino is the Representative of the Board of Management for Sustainability and Climate Change of Deutsche Telekom.

Dr. Campino represents Deutsche Telekom in different initiatives of the business community for combating the consequences of global warming and promoting measures for climate protection at global European and German level.
Dr. Campino is an experienced and successful specialist in sustainable development. Deutsche Telekom is since years a leading company in matters of sustainability.

He is member of the Information Society Technologies Advisory Group of the European Union and is heading the Working Group Sustainability. He is also a member of the WWF Deutschland Board of Trustees and of the UNESCO Commission’s German National Committee for the World Decade “Education for Sustainable Development.” He was also a member of the Board of Trustees for the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). He also gives lectures on business ethics at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt
 

 

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