Felipe Calderón was President of Mexico from 2006 to 2012. During his period in office Mexico positioned itself as a global leader in fighting climate change: President Calderon presided over the successful UN climate conference in Cancun in 2010, the G20 Summit in 2012 that adopted the concept of "Green Growth" as a Global Strategy and saw the passing of a comprehensive Climate Change Act in 2012. Felipe Calderón is Honorary Chairman of the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate, as well as current Chair of the Environment and Sustainability Commission of the FIA; President of the Sustainable Human Development Foundation; and a Member of the Board of the World Resources Institute.