Lisa DeMarco is recognized as a Canadian and international expert in climate and energy law. She has over two decades of experience in law, regulation, policy and advocacy relating to oil, gas, power and all aspects of climate change. Lisa represents several governments and leading energy companies in a wide variety of natural gas, electricity, pipeline and energy storage matters before various regulatory agencies, including the Ontario and National Energy Boards. Lisa also assists Canadian energy companies and Indigenous business organizations on domestic and overseas power project development, renewable power projects, energy storage projects, sustainable and climate finance transactions, carbon capture and storage, climate-related financial disclosure, corporate climate risk, environmental and social governance, green bonds and sustainable business strategy. Lisa plays an ongoing and active role in the development of energy and GHG emissions law and policy throughout Canada and internationally. Lisa is a member of the boards of directors of the Advanced Energy Centre at MaRS, the International Emissions Trading Association and Radicle Group Inc. She is member of Consultative Group of Taskforce on Scaling Voluntary Carbon Markets. Lisa is ranked by Chambers Global as one of the world's leading climate change lawyers and regularly attends and advises on related United Nations negotiations.