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Chartered Environmentalist Profiles

Introduction

Chartered Environmentalists are drawn from a diverse range of fields across the environmental sector and from twenty-five professional bodies.

Below is a selection of personal profiles of current Chartered Environmentalists from the professional bodies licensed to award the CEnv registration. These insights give an idea of the breadth of work done by environmental professionals, and could help you decide which professional body is right for you. The professional body through which each individual registered as a CEnv is noted with their names. 

 


Barry Ford CEnv via CIAT

Associate and Senior Architectural Technologist - Byrom Clark Roberts Ltd.

Barry has thirty years experience in the architectural profession and has been a Chartered Architectural Technologist for twenty two years. He has a broad range of experience, evenly split between new build and refurbishment projects, many of which have been work to listed or historic buildings. Whilst working in a broad range of sectors, including education, industrial, commercial, healthcare, residential and community/ecclesiastical buildings, Barry has spent a lot of time working on community projects, which he finds to be very rewarding work as each project is very different and brings its own design and technical challenges, along with the satisfaction that the completed project is making a positive difference to people’s lives.

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Chris Byrne CEnv via IOM3

Director Technology and Innovation - Harsco Metals and Minerals

After studying Materials Science and Engineering at Swansea University, Chris Byrne wanted to go into a role that was challenging, varied, and gave an opportunity to travel and see the world, while at the same time offered further development and chance to branch out into different areas. This year, Chris took on a new role developing the future solutions for his organisation, Harsco Metals and Minerals. This change in direction has now led him to focus on finding and developing solutions to long term problems within the Metals and Minerals industry. 

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Sandra Norval CEnv via IEMA

Founder and CEO - Bluedotaug Ltd

Twelve years ago, a desire to be in a career that made a real-world difference led to Sandra Norval switching from accountancy to sustainability.  After meeting her business partner Sean Burton, Sandra realised the huge potential of using immersive technology to visualise complex sustainability data for consistent communication and stronger engagement. Together they founded Bluedotaug, an organisation that focuses on visualising sustainability data in immersive environments, using virtual, augmented and mixed reality.

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James Peacock CEnv via CIWM

Project Manager - EnTrade

 Although James studied a degree in Chemistry, what has stuck with him the most of all was the environmental damage chemistry has done. James saw chemistry behind so many of the advances in the 20th century, helping to drag billions out of poverty, but these achievements being at the cost of the environment. As a chemist passionate about the environment, James wanted to work to help correct that negative impact.

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Anne Dolan CEnv via RSC

UK Environment Coordinator- Edrington

Based in Speyside in the heart of Scotch malt whisky country, Chartered Environmentalist Anne Dolan works as UK Environment Coordinator for Edrington, an international premium spirits company. As Edrington’s environment specialist, Anne supports environmental management, ISO 14001 Certification, environmental compliance and sustainability at Edrington’s UK Scotch whisky distilleries, warehousing, cooperage and bottling site.

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More Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) Profiles

 

Cem Selcuk CEnv

via IOM3

Business Development Consultant & Manager of Innovation Accelerators-
The Welding Institute

 

Mandhy Senewiratne CEnv

via IWater

 Director, Sustainability & Change Manager- Fyrefly

 

 Kevin Hogwood CEnv

via IED

Director-
Walker Construction and Invvu Construction Consultants

 

Anya Ledwith CEnv

via IEMA

Founder and Principal Consultant-
Eshcon Ltd

 

 Jim Longhurst HonFSE CEnv

via IES

Assistant Vice Chancellor and Professor of Environmental Science-
University of the West of England (UWE)

 

 Martin Parsons CEnv

via IAgrE

Senior Engineering Specialist - Perkins Engines;
Postgraduate Student - Anglia Ruskin University

 

Alexandra Cooke CEnv

via IAgrE

Catchment Management Scientist-
Severn Trent Water

 

 Simon Cox CEnv

via AA

Director and Practicing Consultant-
Independent Arboriculture & Urban Forestry Ltd

 

 David Mann CEnv

via IWater

Regional Support Manager (Water Supply)-
Anglian Water

 

David Stubbs CEnv

via CIEEM

Independent Sustainability Expert

 

Jacqui Murray CEnv

via IOM3

Deputy Director- Faraday Battery Challenge
Innovate UK

 

 Andy Lewry CEnv

 via IOM3

Technical Lead- BREEAM
Building Research Establishment (BRE)

 


 

Interviews with Chartered Environmentalists

 

 

Professional bodies licensed to award the Chartered Environmentalist registration:

Society for the Environment
EC1.1 Enterprise Centre, Puma Way 
Coventry, West Midlands CV1 2TT.
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