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Scientific and Technical Advisory Board confirmed for OASIS project

November 25, 2010

Following a successful All Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group which we convened very successfully on 18 November 2010, the Carbon Cycling project has now formed a Scientific & Technical Advisory Board of professors & industry experts and engaged the interest of media representatives.

  • Professor Eric P Achterberg, Professor of Ocean Biogeochemistry and Ecosystems, University of Southampton
  • Professor Frank M. Chambers, Professor of Physical Geography – Climate History and Change, University of Gloucester, Sustainability Institute
  • Professor Stephen Nortcliff, Professor of Soil Science, University of Reading
  • Professor John Wainwright, Professor of Physical Geography (Links between hydrological, geomorphological and ecological processes), Sheffield University
  • Dr Tim Evans, Tim Evans Environment
  • Dr David Wilkinson, Liverpool John Moores University – Natural Science and Psychology (Ascension)
  • Dr Richard Lawson MD, GreenHealth – Founder & Director (Desert Rose Project)
  • Dr Tristan Smith, UCL Energy Institute –  Low Carbon Shipping
  • Rod Hewett, Fresh Wharf Estates
  • Axel Kleidon, Biospheric Theory and Modelling Group (MPRG) Max-Planck-Institute for Biogeochemistry

In a letter sent out to ministers and constituency MPs today, Greg Peachey Founder & Chair of the FREdome Visionary Trust Carbon Cycling Project said,  

” Armed with this commitment; the encouragement of diverse attendees at this meeting and the support of the Green Embassies network,  I am now determined to move this on very promptly. Because of the potential to attract foreign funding to create Green jobs to progress the formal science and practicalities, I have written to Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, Minister for Employment, requesting an urgent initial meeting”

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