Alan Miller is a lawyer and an internationally recognized authority on climate finance and policy. His recent clients include reports on access to cooling for Sustainable Energy For All and the World Bank; a background paper on climate risks for the financial system for the Global Commission on Adaptation; a UNDP project to modernize weather systems in 11 African LDCs; and a US AID program on climate change economics and finance. He was also editor of a UNEP/IGSD report on HFCs and climate change (published in March 2020) and contributing author of a Green Climate Fund report on finance and climate change (in progress as of July 2020). He is an Associate with Climate Finance Advisors and an Adjunct Professor at the Kogod School of Business at American University and the University of Maryland School of Public Policy.
In January 2014 he retired from the International Finance Corporation (IFC) after 16 years in the World Bank Group (WBG) working on climate change issues.