Dominik Englert

The World Bank

Economist, Transport Global Practice

Dominik has turned his passion for fostering development and fighting climate change into his profession. In his efforts to decarbonize the global economy, he has worked as an economist at the World Bank in Washington, D.C. since 2015. Co-leading the World Bank’s mariTEAM in the Transport Global Practice, he focuses in particular on sustainable shipping and ports. For instance, he has been the co-author of various studies on zero-carbon shipping.

Prior to joining the World Bank, Dominik was a senior advisor for First Climate, a private consultancy based in Zurich. He oversaw the carbon compliance management for large industrials, advised public institutions on climate policy and traded CO2 allowances in the EU and Swiss emissions trading systems. Dominik holds three master’s degrees in Finance & Strategy (Sciences Po), International Affairs & Governance (University of St. Gallen) and International Management (Community of European Management Schools).

Sessions With Dominik Englert

Monday, 16 May

  • 03:00pm - 03:30pm (PST) / 16/may/2022 10:00 pm - 16/may/2022 10:30 pm

    The Container Port Performance Index: One Year On

    In May 2021, IHS Markit (now S&P Global) and The World Bank produced the Container Port Performance Index (CPPI), which is intended to identify gaps and opportunities for improvement that will benefit stakeholders from shipping lines to national governments to consumers. Authors Turloch Mooney and Martin Humphreys will discuss how port and stakeholder feedback has influenced the index.

Tuesday, 17 May