Oleg Dzioubinski is the Regional Adviser at the Sustainable Energy Division of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) in Geneva since November 2018. He was Energy Efficiency Programme Manager there since 2008. He coordinated UNECE work on energy efficiency in industry sector, managed projects on energy efficiency in buildings, and facilitated regulatory and policy dialogue on barriers to improve energy efficiency. He initiated organization of the International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development (originally International Energy Efficiency Forum) in 2010. His previous experience at the United Nations includes work at the Department of Economic and Social Affairs on sustainable development issues, 1997-2000, New York; at the Department of Public Information on cooperation with a community of NGOs, 2000-2003, New York; and at the UNECE Environment Division on environmental performance reviews of the countries of South-Eastern and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia, 2003-2008, Geneva. Before joining the Unite Nations in 1997, he worked as a researcher at universities in Ukraine and in the United States; as a TV journalist; and as a programme officer at US non-profit foundations in Ukraine. Oleg Dzioubinski holds Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the National University of Shipbuilding, Ukraine (1986) and Master’s degree in Diplomacy and International Commerce from the University of Kentucky, United States (1994).