USA/UK: Ken Logan of refrigerant lifecycle management company A-Gas has been named along with such people as Stella McCartney, Coldplay and Bill Gates in Time magazine’s inaugural Time100 Climate List.
The list recognises the 100 most influential leaders from around the world driving business to climate action.
Time reporters and editors, along with experts from its climate arm, TimeCO2, worked to assess the candidates on a variety of factors, including recency of action, measurable results, and influence.
Delighted to be included on this prestigious list of leaders, Ken Logan, A-Gas’ group sustainability and regulatory director, said: “I am proud of the work A-Gas does to build a sustainable future, harnessing decarbonisation opportunities through the effective lifecycle management of refrigerants. Preventing their release into the atmosphere is one of the most significant opportunities to tackle climate change, and I am proud to play a part in driving this forward.”
“We believe more could be done to draw attention to the people who are shaping and leading climate action,” commented Time editor-in-chief Sam Jacobs.
“The Time100 Climate is not only a community, it is an argument for how we see the future: we are recognising those who are connecting climate action and business value, because we believe progress for the planet will come from the engagement with and leadership by the business world.”