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DAEWOO representative joins OASIS project advisory board

December 3, 2010

Gisele Morey, Corporate Innovation Specialist at Daewoo Mangalia Heavy Industries / Daewoo Shipbuilding, New York, has accepted an invitation to join the FREdome Carbon Cycling Scientific & Technical Advisory Board of professors & industry experts.

Gisele adds her name to the distinguished list so far signed up :

  • 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
  • Andrew K Fletcher, innovator behind the OASIS solution

Greg Peachey, FREdome founder and convenor of the panel said,

“We are delighted the Gisele has accepted our invitation. Although she was not present at the recent UK parliamentary debate, her commercial perspective from the viewpoint of innovation in the shipping industry will be invaluable going forward. We hope that she finds her involvement rewarding.”

The aim of the Board is to verify the feasibility of the OASIS waste tankering solution to irrigate coastal arid regions for agro- forestry. The cross-disciplinary group has a target of the end of January 11 to identify unresolved questions for further scientific investigation.

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