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Elee Muslin

Elee Muslin is a Lead Investment Officer at IDB Invest specializing in blended finance. He has been a fund manager for the Canadian Climate Fund for the Private Sector in the Americas. Prior to her joining the IDB Group, Elee held the position of director of the Clinton Climate Initiative at the William J. Clinton Foundation. Elee earned his bachelor's degree in international relations from Brown University and has two master's degrees: an MBA from Dartmouth College Business School and another in international relations from Johns Hopkins University.

Posts by Elee Muslin

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Is Bikesharing The Future of Latin America’s Cities?

Micromobility solutions, such as shared bikes and scooters, have gained significant traction in cities worldwide, with Latin America witnessing a surge in their adoption. These alternatives to car usage promise reduced emissions, reduced congestion, and decreased parking space demands in urban centers.

Making Women Welcome: the Next Challenge for Renewable Energy Construction Projects

If we want the benefits of the energy transition extended to women, then private sector-led workforce development – focused on female employment in construction, currently very low – is critical.

Using Climate Finance to Close Gender Gaps in Renewable Energy

Women face hurdles to access jobs in the high-growing renewable energy industry. More than 80% new jobs created by the decarbonization agenda will be in male-dominated sectors. Blended finance solutions are an important tool to incentivize sponsors to take proactive steps to dismantle these barriers to gender equality.