Shuman Majumder is an environmental professional with over 20 years of experience in the environmental field. His work in the US has included numerous environmental assessments, redevelopment of brownfields, risk assessments, environmental remediation, land acquisitions, air quality management, and water quality assessments. He has also been involved in sustainability and climate change, from large scale algal blooms to grass roots projects. He a director of development and sustainable projects focusing on sustainability and the use of green technologies for water, waste to energy, wastewater/gray water treatment, plastic to diesel, biochar, and biofuels. His international work includes climate change issues in Bangladesh and Mexico focusing on climate change adaptation and resilience. He is the co-author of a Study on Economics of Early Response and Resilience to Climate Change Phase II presented at the G7 Summit in 2013. His experience includes projects with the U.S EPA, the UK Department for International Development, International Finance Corporation, various state and local agencies and governments, nonprofits, and the private sector. Shuman brings passion for clean water, marine sanctuaries, reduced use of plastic, local Metroparks, tree planting, and land protection.