Managing Director & Partner;
Southeast Asia Lead, Climate and Sustainability
Dave Sivaprasad is a core member of the Energy, Social Impact, Public Sector, and People & Organization practices at Boston Consulting Group. He is a member of BCG’s global climate leadership team and works with public and private sector clients on climate action and energy transition.
Dave has significant experience and expertise in the energy sector, including oil and gas, power and utilities, green energy, energy infrastructure, and energy public policy. He has worked with clients around the globe on growth strategies, performance improvement, organizational development, and managing large-scale change. Dave is also an expert for the firm's climate risk, adaptation, and resilience work in the public sector.
Dave leads the firm’s climate action work in Southeast Asia. He is the lead for change management in Asia Pacific for BCG’s People & Organization practice. He is currently the head of BCG Kuala Lumpur.
How can coastal communities build resilience to the increasing risks of climate change? BCG managing director and partner Dave Sivaprasad outlines how to tackle this complex challenge.
BCG’s Dave Sivaprasad and Charmian Caines consider the role that advanced planning mechanisms and financing play in helping the world achieve its climate goals.
The green revolution is taking off, but the transition must be managed thoughtfully to be as fair and inclusive as possible. We have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get it right.
Written in collaboration with the World Economic Forum (WEF), this report outlines important initial steps that every company can take to contribute to a sustainable ocean economy.
These strategic steps can help companies in developed and developing countries alike realize their decarbonization commitments.
Climate change is a global problem. But its effects can vary by community, even within the same region—as will the optimal solutions.
Net-zero by 2050 requires a fundamental transformation of the global economy and a new investment paradigm, with US$100 trillion in capital required—the largest amount invested in human history.
Climate change is no longer a distant concept. If we carry on our current emissions trajectory, we risk setting off irreversible and catastrophic climate tipping points. Altering this trajectory requires nothing short of a large-scale transformation of the global economy.
To achieve net-zero goals, the public sector must augment efforts by private investors and corporations to accelerate climate solutions, paving the way by thinking big and taking chances.
The region is set to become the key destination for renewable-energy development and investment, with capacity expected to increase by about 2 terawatts by 2030.
Governments have an unparalleled opportunity to use stimulus programs to drive climate change progress. But their approach must reflect the specifics of their economy and workforce.
Southeast Asia has a unique opportunity to shape a green recovery that creates competitive advantage in a post-pandemic future. The region is facing a pivotal moment, and now is the time to examine how SEA can create competitive advantage by acting on sustainability and climate change proactively.