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 Sector Lead – Energy & Utilities, CDP Disclosure Services, North America

 

CDP North America is seeking an individual to manage relationships with approximately 200 North American energy and utilities companies. This person will also be responsible for ensuring that company disclosures are aligned with CDP’s guidance and scoring methodologies. Excellent engagement and communication skills, as well as attention to detail, are paramount—as is the ability to understand company needs, identify opportunities, and act on this information. This individual must understand the business implications represented by climate change, and have at least some experience working in or with companies in the energy or utilities sector. Knowledge of, or interest in learning about, water-related risks specific to these companies is also important. This is not a research, analysis or writing role, although there might be limited opportunities to explore these skills in an ad hoc manner.

Internally, the lead will coordinate all communications between CDP and the aforementioned companies. This will include emails, as well as phone and in-person meetings led by themselves or with colleagues such as members of the technical or management teams. He/she will engage with corporate sustainability or investor relations professionals at a range of seniority levels. Objectives will include increasing disclosure from energy and utilities companies, building relationships, communicating and furthering CDP initiatives, securing memberships, and managing Reporter Services accounts. Discussions with companies will focus on a variety of topics including natural resource disclosure, corporate sustainability, socially-responsible investing and carbon accounting.

Reporter Services is a membership program within CDP that provides dedicated support to a limited group of responding companies, helping them build internal expertise in managing issues related to climate change. This includes helping members to improve their CDP disclosures, and to utilize CDP data to benchmark against their peers and learn best practices.

This role is based in CDP's North America office, as part of the Disclosure Services Team. For more context on the work of this team, please visit our webpage and watch the recording from the 2015 experienced responders webinar: https://www.cdp.net/en-US/WhatWeDo/Pages/USA.aspx.

Key responsibilities:

  • Coordinating all communications between CDP and North American energy and utilities companies;
  • Increasing participation in CDP through phone calls, email support, webinars and speaking engagements;
  • Building relationships with companies, as well as with sector-related associations and research organizations;
  • Securing Reporter Services memberships, as well as renewals with existing members;
  • Facilitating and furthering CDP initiatives that are managed by other groups, such as CDP’s supply chain membership program and Commit to Action platform;
  • Managing Reporter Services deliverables for member accounts (about 20 companies); and
  • Documenting all activity, and tracking deliverables.

Required:

  • A university degree in a related subject;
  • At least two years of work experience (this can include internships);
  • Superior interpersonal skills, including the ability to engage with resistant parties, and to pitch services;
  • The ability to come up to speed quickly and independently with technical information (such as CDP's scoring methodology) and apply this information to company responses; and
  • Understanding of the business implications represented by climate change to companies in the energy and utilities sectors.

Important skills/ qualities:

  • The ability to accurately communicate technical information in a concise, yet comprehensive manner;
  • The ability to spot trends and opportunities as well as focus on details;
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office, including Excel;
  • The drive to take ownership and responsibility for particular areas of work;
  • The desire and ability to improve and streamline processes to better and more efficiently achieve program goals, rather than follow the status quo; and
  • The ability to meet deadlines under pressure.

Benefits: 24 days vacation, generous 401k package

Eligibility requirements: The candidate will be expected to work full time (8 hours per day, 5 days per week) and must be able to work legally in the US. He/she must also be based in the New York City area. The anticipated start date is between mid to late January.

How to apply: Interested candidates should email recruitment.usa@cdp.net. Please express your interest and suitability in the body of the email, attach a resume, and use the following subject line: CDP NA DST Energy & Utilities Application – [First Name Last Name]

Resumes will only be reviewed if these specific directions are followed.

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis through January 3, 2016, or longer if the position is not yet filled.

Please do not inquire if the position has been filled. If you are interested, please submit an application.

 

 

 Communications Manager – CDP London

 

CDP is a leading international charity founded 16 years ago to address dangerous climate change. It has since grown to become the world’s foremost system for companies and cities to report on carbon emissions, water stewardship and deforestation. We operate key hubs in London, New York and Berlin with other representation in the rest of Europe, Brazil, Australia, Japan, India and China.

We are looking for a full-time Communications Manager to be based in our London headquarters, reporting to the Communications Director.

This is a unique opportunity to make your mark in a dynamic business-facing charity. The successful candidate will play an integral role within our communications team and will be a results-oriented self-starter with strong interpersonal skills and a track record in and passion for media relations, excellent copy writing skills and lots of ideas.

Communications Manager responsibilities include:

  • Maximise media coverage of CDP through compelling news stories and thought leadership;
  • Creative ideas for new data insights and stories;
  • Develop content for media articles, blogs and marketing collateral;
  • Global coordination with CDP offices around the world on external communications channels and activities;
  • Coordinate CDP news globally with partners;
  • Communicate CDP’s brand and strategic market positioning to key stakeholders;
  • Utilise social media tactics to engage new audiences; and
  • Liaise with program teams to provide marketing communications advice and assistance.

The successful candidate will have:

  • The ability to process complex information and create compelling content and media articles;
  • Lots of creative ideas for impactful communications;
  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral;
  • An understanding of and desire to work proactively to promote corporate sustainability;
  • Meticulous attention to detail;
  • Excellent time management skills and an ability to meet deadlines under pressure;
  • Good MS Office software skills; and
  • Language skills desirable though not essential.

Benefits: Competitive NGO salary, annual bonus scheme, initial 24 days holiday rising to 30 days over time, pension provision up to 8% of salary after 3 months employment.

Interested?  Please send a copy of your CV with a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this role, what you will add to our organisation and how it fits with your career plans, to recruitment@cdp.net.

Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications expected, only successful candidates will be notified of interviews.

 

 

 Communications Executive - CDP London

 

CDP is a leading, fast growing international charity, working with business, investors and governments to help manage environmental risk and drive emissions reduction. In business, what gets measured gets managed and we now have over 5,500 organizations in over 60 countries measuring and disclosing their greenhouse gas emissions and climate change strategies.

We are looking for a full time Communications Executive to work in our communications team, based in our London headquarters. Reporting to the Communications Director, the ideal candidate will be experienced in PR, corporate communications and/ or investor relations, with strong social media and digital communications capabilities. 

This is a unique opportunity to develop skills and experience across communications in a dynamic business-facing charity. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with strong interpersonal skills and a track record in and passion for media relations, excellent copy writing skills and lots of ideas. He/she will play an integral role within our communications team to support and extend our media and online presence.

Main responsibilities:

  • Help maximise media coverage of CDP news - particularly related to investor audiences - and proactively generate new media opportunities;
  • Develop content for articles, blogs and marketing collateral;
  • Utilise social media tactics to maximise CDP's digital presence and engage new audiences;
  • Contribute to CDP website content;
  • Coordinate CDP news globally with partners;
  • Contribute to CDP event management; and
  • Find new opportunities for speaking platforms, industry awards.

The successful candidate will have:

  • An understanding of and desire to work proactively to promote corporate sustainability;
  • Good MS Office software skills (particularly Excel) and database fluency;
  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral;
  • Meticulous attention to detail;
  • An understanding of / interest in financial markets and the ability to process complex information;
  • Excellent time management skills and an ability to meet deadlines under pressure; and
  • Language skills desirable though not essential.

Benefits: Competitive NGO salary, annual bonus, 24 days holiday, non-contributory pension provision after 3 months employment. Due to the high volume of applications expected, only successful candidates will be notified of interviews.

Interested candidates should send a copy of their CV with a cover letter outlining their suitability for the role to recruitment@cdp.net with 'Communications Executive' in subject line.

 

 

 Business Development Manager Supply Chain - CDP Europe

 

Location: Berlin (under exceptional circumstances London could be considered)
Benefits: Competitive NGO salary, annual bonus scheme, 30 days holiday
Application deadline: 15th February 2016
Earliest starting date: 29th February 2016

CDP is a leading international charity founded 16 years ago to address dangerous climate change. It has since grown to become the world’s foremost system for companies and cities to report on carbon emissions, water stewardship and deforestation. We operate key hubs in London, New York and Berlin with other representation in the rest of Europe, Brazil, Australia, Japan, India and China.

CDP Europe is seeking a highly motivated individual with a background in corporate procurement or corporate sustainability to join CDP Europe's team to consolidate and increase our Supply Chain program operations in continental Europe. This is a unique opportunity to apply your skills and experience in a dynamic and fast growing charity. The position will report directly to the CDP Europe Director responsible for Supply Chain and will be supported by Supply Chain team colleagues across the world. The individual will work closely with CDP stakeholders and interact with colleagues based across Europe.

In this role you will split your time between looking after existing supply chain program members in continental Europe and engaging with some of the biggest companies across all industry sectors to win new members. The position will be linked to targets in relation to securing new CDP Supply Chain program members and confirming membership renewal from all existing members.

This is a one year full time position, with the intention of extension into a permanent position. Candidates should have EU work permit.

Responsibilities:

  • Support program members in advancing their sustainable supply chain strategies;
  • Serve needs of existing accounts through CDP’s annual reporting cycle;
  • Support members to get the most out of their suppliers’ data reported through CDP, incl. alignment with their wider sustainability strategy and own CDP reporting, and their external and internal communication;
  • Engage with European companies and have a good understanding of their supply chain practices;
  • Analyse and prioritize leads based on relevance of their supply chain and readiness to join the program;
  • Develop leads and convert them in to into CDP supply chain program members;
  • Contribute to the regional teams by integrating the supply chain work of regional members;
  • Contribute to the wider development and strategy of the CDP supply chain program;
  • Public speaking at events and conferences representing CDP’s supply chain work as a subject matter expert;
  • Development of convincing marketing materials; and
  • Active coordination with other CDP teams to engage efficiently and in an organized manner with stakeholders.

Required skills:

  • Excellent communication skills, ability to interact convincingly with people at different levels of seniority and different cultural backgrounds;
  • Advanced analytical skills;
  • Experience in either supply chain management or account management highly desirable, ideally a combination of the two;
  • Strong negotiation skills;
  • Experience in climate change and sustainability, with a special focus on GHG emissions and / or water as a plus;
  • Excellent planning skills – both at strategic and operational levels;
  • Serving as key point of contact for the Supply Chain program in Europe at CDP internally;
  • Willingness to travel across continental Europe;
  • Flexibility and creative problem-solving;
  • Ability to work within an annual process with shifting priorities;
  • Familiarity with CRM tools a plus, alternatively ability to master new systems quickly; and
  • Fluent in English and either German or Spanish as a must, French or Italian also a plus.

Qualifications and work experience:

  • Minimum BA/BSc degree;
  • Minimum 5 years work experience, ideally corporate, and additional NGO experience as an advantage;
  • Keen interest in corporate sustainability themes and related company internal challenges;
  • Knowledge of the basic supply chain process, or ability to learn quickly; and
  • Familiarity with GHG inventories is an advantage.

Interested? Candidates should send a copy of their CV with a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this role, what you will add to our organisation and how it fits with your career plans to diana.guzman@cdp.net with “BDM Europe SC– First name Last name” in the subject line and additionally fill in this short online survey.

 

 

 Development Manager - CDP North America

 

CDP North America, the second largest office in CDP's global organization, has grown dramatically over the past three years and is now seeking an entrepreneurial Development Manager to help advance the diversification of its revenue base. Reporting to the President, the Manager will participate in a broad range of development activities. Externally, the Manager will assist in building and managing relationships with foundations and high net worth individuals and support CDP North America events. Internally, the Manager will collaborate with staff across the organization to prepare proposals, reports, and presentations, and will also establish effective processes within the development department.

This is a tremendous opportunity for a goal-oriented development professional to advance his or her career alongside CDP North America's growth. The successful Manager will be motivated by the opportunity to participate in building donor relationships and managing internal development operations within a fast-paced organization working at the intersection of financial, business, and environmental issues.

Responsibilities:

  • Implement CDP North America's development strategy in order to build greater brand awareness and diversify its base of supporters;
  • Collaborate with the CDP North America President and Special Advisor to continuously expand a pipeline of new donors by researching, identifying, and helping to cultivate relationships with foundations and high net worth individuals;
  • Work both independently and collaboratively with CDP staff to prepare proposals, reports, presentations, and events;
  • Collaborate with CDP program staff on supporting and developing high-level corporate partnerships and other opportunities for strategic alliances;
  • Ensure that internal systems and processes are in place to support external development activities;
  • Participate in and help the office build the capacity to field a wide variety of development events and activities.

Qualifications:

  • At least 4 years of experience in fundraising for nonprofits;
  • Experience supporting foundation relationships, including experience in preparing proposals, reports, and presentations;
  • Strong interpersonal skills and excellent verbal and written communication skills;
  • Exceptional organization and project management skills, with the ability to plan effectively, meet all deadlines, and coordinate others’ involvement within a dynamic and fast-paced setting;
  • Flexible approach, with the ability to be successful in both independent and collaborative efforts within a highly entrepreneurial organization;
  • Demonstrated interest in CDP’s work and issues related to environmental risk, business, and finance;
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite: Excel, Word, PowerPoint;
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience required;
  • Foreign language skills in Spanish, Portuguese, or Mandarin considered a plus;
  • Ability and willingness to travel as needed.

To Apply:

Please upload a resume and thoughtful cover letter, outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position and stating how you heard about this opportunity, both in Word format, to Teresa Yung here.

CDP North America offers a competitive salary and benefits, commensurate with experience and skills. CDP North America is an equal opportunity employer.

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 Senior research analyst, Investor Research – CDP London

 

CDP is seeking an experienced financial analyst for its investor-focused research function. The position will be based in CDP’s London office.

CDP runs an annual disclosure process on behalf of 822 institutional investors with combined assets in excess of $95 trillion. Disclosing companies provide quantitative and qualitative information about their greenhouse gas emissions, energy efficiency programs, water management, exposure to deforestation and strategic business approach to environmental risk.

The investor research team has initiated a quarterly research series identifying climate (carbon and water) metrics in a number of high-emitting sectors, which in aggregate could have a material impact on company earnings. The research aims to improve investor understanding and knowledge of CDP data and inform investor engagement with companies on climate-related issues.

The successful candidate will report to the Head of Investor Research and responsibilities include:

  • Writing sector research pieces, highlighting which companies are best and worst placed within each sector, and providing engagement ideas for investors.
  • Marketing the research to institutional investors (primarily in the EU and US), including one-on-one meetings, roundtable discussions and other investor events.
  • Keeping current with areas of interest by actively engaging with investors, participating in conferences and remaining abreast of industry trends and feeding information back to the team.
  • Assisting the Head of Investor Research in managing a team of junior analysts and developing their skills.
  • Taking the lead on other projects and initiatives within the investor research team.
  • Ensuring investors are aware of CDP offerings including climate data and research, portfolio footprinting and assisting them to use it in their investment process where possible.

The successful candidate will have:

  • A minimum of 6 years’ experience working within the financial markets in a research role or a professional services firm in an ESG-related role
  • A passion for integrating ESG issues into the mainstream investment process
  • Knowledge of environmental issues, particularly carbon emissions and regulation
  • Experience liaising with contacts at pension funds, insurance companies and investment managers
  • A desire to take ownership and responsibility for their work
  • Excellent communication (verbal and written) and presentation skills
  • The ability to deliver excellent results under pressure and take pride in working to a high standard
  • A flexible but diligent working style, with proven record of working within a team
  • An advanced degree in related specialties or a CFA or ACA qualification would be an advantage

The successful candidate will work 5 days per week and be able to travel nationally and internationally as required.

Benefits: Competitive NGO salary, annual bonus, 24 days holiday, non-contributory pension provision after 3 months employment.

Candidates should send a copy of their résumé with a cover letter outlining their suitability for the role to James Magness (james.magness@cdp.net) and Tarek Soliman (tarek.soliman@cdp.net) with “Senior research analyst” in the subject line.

The closing date for applications is Thursday, 25th February 2016.

 

 Investor Research Internship - CDP London

 

CDP is seeking a motivated intern to join its investor research team to work on the research projects on high-emitting sectors. The projects will culminate in the quarterly publication of sector research reports identifying leaders and laggards across the sector based on a number of environmental metrics, which on aggregate may have a material impact on company earnings and valuation (thus potential impact on investment decisions).

The internship will be at CDP's London office and the successful candidates will have the opportunity to be involved in a range of activities within the investor research team. It will be a valuable experience for anyone seeking a career in the area of research (including investment research), engagement with investors and sustainable business. The internship will run across key stages of the research project, including defining the scope and structure of the research, modelling, analysis and due diligence, seeking feedback from investors and equity analysts, and writing the report. The interns will assist with tasks within these stages as guided by the head of investor research and research analysts, and assisting with other tasks as required by the team. 

You will be given full support in developing the skills needed to thrive in a professional environment. You will have the opportunity to hone your skills across a number of areas and receive constructive feedback on your work from experienced professionals.

Key requirements and skills:

  • An undergraduate or graduate degree in: finance, economics, sustainability, law, accounting;
  • Exceptional analytical and writing skills;
  • High attention to details;
  • Ability to assess credibility/usefulness of different data sources;
  • Ability to work with large data sets in a clean, methodical manner, minimising risk of error;
  • Ability to communicate complex analysis and arguments in a concise, easy to follow manner;
  • Ability to draw key messages/sales hook out of complex research;
  • Technologically competent: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, ideally also Bloomberg Terminal (although training can be arranged);
  • Capable of working independently, yet as part of a team;
  • Well organised; reliable, consistent; get-the-job-done attitude; and
  • Able to work against perpetual deadlines.

Desirable:

  • A passion for environmental and business analysis;
  • Financial literacy.

This is an intern position for 2-3 days per week, lasting for 3 months, starting as soon as possible. Please note that this role is unpaid, but lunch and travel expenses within London will be reimbursed.

Application procedures:
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your CV and a cover letter of no more than one page outlining your suitability for the role. Please submit your application to: Charles Fruitiere at charles.fruitiere@cdp.net with “Research Intern, Investor Research” in the email subject line, and identify the documents you are sending by including “[your name] cover letter” and “[your name] CV” in the file names. The deadline for application is 29 February 2016.

 

 Internship - CDP Europe

 

CDP Europe is seeking a highly motivated intern to support the France & Benelux regional office of the world’s leading climate change charity. This role will be based in the CDP office in Berlin.

  • Internship in an international NGO in the field of corporate climate change, water and forests reporting
  • Duration: 3 months (mandatory internships: 6 months)
  • Starting date: as soon as possible

CDP Europe is registered in Berlin. The organisation with charitable status works in close association with other members of the CDP group throughout the world and is responsible for or all CDP operations on mainland Europe. We are currently a team of 25 colleagues.

Responsibilities:

  • Direct support of the France & Benelux project officer and the European water account manager
  • Support the team on various projects including communication with companies
  • Participate in organization of CDP Events, such as“CDP spring workshops” or “CDP report launches”
  • Data maintenance
  • Invitation management

Requirements:

  • Enrolled student in a Bachelor’s or Master’s program
  • Strong communication skills
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office (esp. Excel, PowerPoint, Word)
  • Team player
  • Highly interested in sustainability, especially climate change, water and forests issues
  • work independently and precisely under pressure, be proactive and set priorities
  • demonstrate a high level of dedication, flexibility and resilience
  • work experience is desirable
  • Language Skills
  • Fluent French and English
  • Knowledge of Dutch would be an asset

Required documents

Internships are available throughout the whole year. To apply, please submit your CV and cover letter to to jean-philippe.chicoine@cdp.net and fill out the following online questionnaire: https://cdpeurope.wufoo.eu/forms/internship-cdp-france-benelux/

 

 

 Senior Manager, CDP’s water program - CDP North America

 

CDP is seeking a highly motivated individual to lead the delivery of its ground-breaking water program in North America. The position is based in CDP's North America office in New York.

CDP's water program was launched in 2009 to improve water security by enabling the collection and provision of critical water-related data from the world's largest corporations. This data is used to inform the global market place on investment risk and commercial opportunity, and to catalyze action towards improved corporate water stewardship.  With the backing of 617 financial institutions with over $63 trillion in assets, the program has just completed a highly successful sixth year working with more than 2,500 of the world's largest companies. 

This is an exciting role in a program that is expanding rapidly across the globe.  The position reports directly to a VP in the New York Office with a dotted line to the Global Head of Water. The successful candidate will work to raise the profile of CDP's water program across North America, amongst corporations, investors, funders and policy makers.

The role includes:
  • Raising the profile of CDP's work on water across North America with key stakeholders by:
    • Organizing events including roundtables, webinars and the launch of the annual water results.
    • Working alongside CDP's Communications Teams to develop plans, materials, writing blogs or opinion pieces and presenting at selected events.
    • Collaborating on projects and initiatives both within and outside CDP that promote corporate water stewardship.
    • Building and maintaining strategic partnerships across North America, e.g. with WRI, WWF USA, and the US EPA.
  •  Driving effective corporate action to protect water by:
    • Engaging with target companies, financial institutions and policy makers.
    • Working with the CDP North America team to promote water issues and drive corporate disclosure within North America.
    • Working with CDP's Investor and Supply Chain teams to transfer knowledge, generate insights and increase the use of CDP's water-related data.
  • Contributing to the sustainable funding of CDP by:
    • Supporting the sales and delivery of CDP's water-related products and services.
    • Identifying opportunities for fundraising and income generation across a wide range of sources.

  The successful candidate will have:

  • At least 5 years' experience in a similar field
  • An understanding of the financial markets and an interest in the business issues around water
  • A desire to take ownership and responsibility for this project and work to develop it in this region
  • An ability to process complex information
  • Excellent communication (verbal and written), presentation and marketing skills
  • The ability to deliver under pressure and take pride in working to a high standard
  • Strong IT experience, including proficiency in excel and power point and the ability to learn new systems quickly
  • A flexible but diligent working style with a proven record of working within a team
  • Excellent English. Other languages are an advantage.

The position is project based in and is limited to two years employment (with an option of extension depending on project developments).

The successful candidate will work 5 days per week and must be able to work legally in the US.

Benefits: a competitive NGO salary, excellent health benefits, contributory and non-contributory 401k, 24 days' vacation and potential for bonus.

Interested candidates should send a copy of their CV with a cover letter outlining their suitability for the role to Cate Lamb, cate.lamb@cdp.net with "Senior Manager, CDP's water program" in the subject line.

The closing date for applications is March 6, 2016.

 

 Research analyst, Investor Research - CDP London

 

CDP is seeking a highly motivated research analyst to join its investor research team. The successful candidate will ideally have 2-3 years’ experience in an analytical role and a business or financial background/qualification with a passion for climate issues.

CDP runs an annual disclosure process on behalf of 822 institutional investors with combined assets in excess of $95 trillion. Disclosing companies provide quantitative and qualitative information about their greenhouse gas emissions, energy efficiency programs, water management, exposure to deforestation and strategic business approach to environmental risk.

The investor research team has initiated a quarterly research series identifying climate (carbon and water) metrics in a number of high-emitting sectors, which in aggregate could have a material impact on company earnings. The research aims to improve investor understanding and knowledge of CDP data and inform investor engagement with companies on climate-related issues.

Key requirements:

  • Exceptional analytical skills;
  • High attention to detail;
  • Work with large data sets in a clean, methodical manner, minimising risk of error;
  • Ability to assess credibility/usefulness of different data sources;
  • Exceptional written skills;
  • Ability to communicate complex analysis and arguments in a concise, easy to follow manner;
  • Ability to draw key messages/sales hook out of complex research;
  • Excellent verbal communication; and
  • Ability to communicate research findings to both internal and external parties, including investors.

Additional characteristics, traits and skills:

  • Technologically competent: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, ideally also Bloomberg (although training can be arranged);
  • Motivated, enthusiastic, hard-working, personable;
  • Capable of working independently, yet as part of a team;
  • Well organized; reliable, consistent; get-the-job-done attitude; and
  • Able to work against perpetual deadlines.

The position will be based in CDP’s London office. 

Applicants must be legally entitled to work in the UK.

Application procedures:
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your CV and a cover letter of no more than 1 page explaining why you are suitable for this position. Submit your application to: James Magness (james.magness@cdp.net) and Tarek Soliman (tarek.soliman@cdp.net)

 

Recruitment contacts at CDP

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3818 3900
recruitment@cdp.net

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