University of Oxford
Clare is the Centre Manager for CREDS leading the programme management and knowledge exchange activities and team. She has technical expertise in climate change (mitigation and adaptation) particularly in developing evidence for policy and guidance to manufacturers on energy efficient technologies and behaviour change in the Textiles, Tannery and Food and Drink sectors.
She was previously an adaptation science specialist in UKCIP where she assessed the information needs and progress of climate change adaptation for EU Member States for the European Environment Agency. She also worked on climate change and social justice for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, assessed the state of adaptation activities in the West Balkans and provided expert advice, developed tools and undertook stakeholder engagement activities within the Defra programme.
She has over 15 years in commercial consultancy (previously a principal consultant at Ricardo/AEA) as a programme manager responsible for business development in the climate change area in the UK, Europe and Internationally. She also has expertise in resource efficiency, air pollution, communications, marketing and behaviour change.
- CREDS Annual Report: October 2022 to September 2023
- Winners and losers of policy reform on electricity tariffs
- Top ten tips for reducing your carbon footprint attracts international attention
- Shared mobility: the case for fewer cars, more sharing
- CREDS Annual Report: October 2021 to September 2022
- CREDS Annual Report: October 2020 to September 2021
- The role of knowledge exchange in energy demand policy innovation
- Transforming UK Government energy and resources policy
- Watts the deal?
- Taking 3D stock: modelling the building stock and its use of energy
- Innovation Forums to tackle the climate emergency
- Engaging with civil servants to improve impact
- Supporting the Climate Change Committee
- Is working from home better or worse for the environment?
- Shifting the focus towards energy demand
- CREDS Annual Report: October 2019 to September 2020
- Visiting International Programme
- CREDS Annual Report: April 2018–September 2019
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