Selva Ozelli, Esq., CPA.

Selva Ozelli Esq, CPA, is a legal and finance executive with diversified experience dealing with highly complex issues in the field of international taxation and related matters within the banking, securities, Fintech, alternative and traditional investment funds (investing in equity, debt, real estate, derivatives, credit instruments, mortgage-backed securities) and aerospace industries. Her first-of-its-kind legal analyses involving tax laws, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), blockchain technology, solar technology, and the environment have been published in journals, books, and by the OECD. Her writings have been translated into 15 languages.

Selva Ozelli's Latest Articles

Interview: Alfons Rodriguez - Photographer & Film Maker
EnvironmentEnvironment
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Selva Ozelli interviews Alfons Rodriguez and explores his work, most recent of which, Melting Age, captures the climate crisis and is touring globally.
Earth Day Celebrated with Negotiations, Activism, and Art Shows – Plastic Not Allowed
Plastic PollutionPlastic Pollution
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Selva Ozelli highlights the negotiations, activism and art shows she's involved in drawing attention to the plastic crisis this Earth Day as millions get involved in this years theme, "Planet vs. Plastic"
Interview: Barbara Anderson, Founder of Art on the Ave NYC
EnvironmentEnvironment
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Selva Ozelli interviews Barbara Anderson who talks about the founding journey of Art on the Ave NYC and their upcoming exhibitions including the UNESCO Ocean Decade - Tides of Change Waves of Hope art show.
Interview: Jim Richards, aka Makerjim, Photographer
EnvironmentEnvironment
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Selva Ozelli interview Jim Richards, photographer, about his work and forthcoming exhibition during NY Climate Week - UNESCO OCEAN DECADE TIDES OF CHANGE WAVES OF HOPE ART SHOW.
Interview: Uili Lousi, Artist and President, OHAI Tonga
Climate ChangeClimate Change
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An interview with the president of OHAI Tonga and environmental artist Uili Lousi exploring his work raising awareness uplifting the voices of the ocean by advancing knowledge around the impact of climate change in Tonga and the Pacific.
World’s Temperature Reaches 1.52°C
Climate ChangeClimate Change
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A wrap up of key findings from the COP28 Resilience Hub Synthesis Report as the world's temperature reaches 1.52 degress celsius. Selva Ozelli explores the reports themes and impacts alongside relfections and next steps on the Road to COP29
Interview: Ian Hutton & The Sustainable Lord Howe Island Museum
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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Ian Hutton, curator of the Lord Howe Island Musuem, shares his passion for Lord Howe island, its wildlife and unique natural history. He also explains his approaches to doucmenting the islands biodiversity and moving the museum to run on solar PV.
The Historic and Enigmatic COP28
Climate ChangeClimate Change
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Selva Ozelli breaks down some of the initiatives, achievements, and outcomes from COP28 and their potential impact on climate change noting more is needed.
Interview: Art of Change 21 at COP28
Climate ChangeClimate Change
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Interview with Stefano Vendramin, Director of Programmes Art of Change 21, exploring the organisations work championing the power of artists and creativity in enabling the environmental transition
Interview: Jarunee Khongswasdi, Bringing Culture to COP28
Climate ChangeClimate Change
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Selva Ozellia interviews Jarunee Khongsawasdi of the Siamese Heritage Trust and explores her work bringing Culture for Climate Change to COP28 and her work raising public awareness of cultural heritage issues and campaigning for the review of inappropriate projects that will have negative impacts on cultural heritage/landscapes.
Interview: Moe Moe Lwin, Vice Chairperson, SEACHA
Climate ChangeClimate Change
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TRVST interviews Moe Moe Lwin, vice chairperson of SEACHA and their work promoting Southeast Asian built heritage, cultural landscape, cultural wisdom, and practice in relation to climate change.
Interview: Thepduangchan Bounthideth, Culture, Nature & COP28
Climate ChangeClimate Change
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An interview with Thepduangchan Bounthideth, SEACHA youth representative, exploring her interests in the links between cultural heritage and environmental conservation in advance of panel discussion at COP28 exploring the topic "Ancestral Wisdom as Tools for Climate Action: Southeast Asian Voice."
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