Director of Cambridge Centre for Climate Change Mitigation Research
Bio Doug is currently the Executive Director of 4CMR, the Cambridge Centre for Climate Change Mitigation Research. Research interests include risk assessment; climate change; environmental policy; epistemic analysis of science in environmental policy.
Director of the MSt Interdisciplinary Design in the Built
Environment Course, Department of Architecture, University of Cambridge
and Senior Research Associate, Centre for Sustainable Development,
Engineering Department, University of Cambridge
Bio Alice is currently leading the development of a whole life embodied energy and carbon tool at the Centre, as part of a £1.1m consortium project to develop a whole life financial, energy and carbon costing tool for buildings, funded by the TSB and EPSRC, with BLP Insurance, Willmott Dixon and the UCL Energy Institute.
Position Head of the
School of Planning and Surveying, Kingston University
Bio Sarah has been the Head of the School of Surveying and Planning, since the early 90s, following a career as a Chartered Surveyor. She has been published widely, including books such as Building Sustainability in the Balance (2004), and Real Estate Appriasal: From Value to Worth (2006).
Associate, Energy Institute, University College London
Bio Rokia trained as an architect specialising in environmental design, completing a PhD studying the applicability of energy modeling in the context of legislative compliance. Her research interests include energy performance in the domestic and commercial building stock, refurbishment strategies, and the application of energy policy in the built environment.
Officer, Dept of Engineering, University of Cambridge
Bio David has been involved with a project to reduce emissions in Cambridge University Energy and Carbon Reduction Project, running a pilot study in the Department of Engineering.
Position Energy and Sustainability Officer, Family
Bio Abena is responsible for the environmental and sustainability performance of Family Mosaic's portfolio of affordable homes, including running a number of insulation pilot projects across London.
Director, Sustainable Development Group, AECOM
Bio Sam is an Associate Director within multi-disciplinary engineering company AECOM (Cambridge office). He specialises in the analysis of energy and carbon emissions in buildings. For the past 3 years Sam has been leading work for the UK Government on how non-domestic buildings might be defined as Zero Carbon. He is also leading sustainable design input into the development of 3000 new homes by the University of Cambridge at North West Cambridge.
Treasurer & Bursar, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge