Jason leads the Executive Team of United Cities North America ("UCNA"). UCNA supports the United Nations in its commitments to accelerate the adoption of the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. His long term, high-level executive relationships stem form over two decades of C-Level experience in both the sports and financial services industries. Leadership roles at JP Morgan, AIG, Morgan Stanley, Michael Jordan’s Organizations, Major League Soccer, the Oakland A’s, and Octagon Football Sports Agency led to the creation of Gameplan Impact (a sports / media / entertainment company) and Safeguard Financial. Jason attended the University of California Santa Barbara for Sports Management and received his B.S. from San Francisco State University in Business Administration.
David Oliver believes carbon markets are a fundamental tool to address Climate Change, as acknowledged by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change - IPCC - during COP26 and the Paris Agreement Article 6. David is a recognized expert and pioneer in carbon markets and particularly human-based decarbonization solutions (HbS).
David Oliver is the CEO & Co-founder of Greenlines Technology and the mind behind the groundbreaking Mobility and E-commerce Carbon Engines, the first worldwide to quantify and harvest emission reductions generated from individuals when making sustainable decisions in their everyday lives, that generate financial incentives to drive demand for low-carbon products and services. David has led the development of the first modal shift optimization greenhouse gas quantification methodology currently deployed across Canada and the USA.
David is also a director of CarbonSense, an organization that aims to help reduce household emissions by developing offset-based financial incentives to electrify homes across North America. Most recently, David has authored the first report of Carbon Markets in British Columbia commissioned by the Vancouver Economic Commission, and has participated as carbon monetization expert in UBC’s 2020 Forestry Summit. David regularly provides strategic advice to public and private organizations, as well as governments, looking to further reduce their Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions by leveraging voluntary and compliance markets and the use of technology to quantify, aggregate and monetize carbon emissions.