Stephen Allen has joined Bristol-based consultancy Circular Ecology as co-director. Steve has a background in mechanical engineering and a PhD in sustainability assessment from the University of Bath, where he jointly received the George Stephenson Prize from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Steve has worked as an energy and environment adviser in the Houses of Parliament, has featured on the BBC2 programme ‘It’s not easy being green’, and has written a regular sustainability column for a local magazine.
Steve has led consultancy work for both public and private sector clients to help them measure, understand and reduce their environmental impacts. He is already working for a leading train operator to help them measure, report and reduce their environmental footprint, and advising an architecture practice on the embodied carbon of building design.
“I’m delighted to join Circular Ecology at such an exciting time. We have a number of innovative projects ongoing and are developing some great working relationships with partner organisations. I’m also really pleased to be working again with Craig, having known him since our time at the University of Bath.”
Craig Jones, founder of Circular Ecology, said: “It great to welcome Steve to Circular Ecology. He is well known for his high quality of work and effective communication skills. Steve has a strong technical background and a broad experience from his academic, political and consultancy background. I’m delighted to welcome Steve to Circular Ecology and look forward to what we can achieve together.”
Read more about Steve on his biography.
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