Our Bristol Branch is well-placed to lead by example for national sustainability leadership

Bristol is the nation's greenest city, and globally recognised as a leader in urban sustainability. Our Bristol consultants benefit from the rich network and innovation ecosystem to maximise their contribution to high-impact projects.

We are plugged into key actors and stakeholders in Bristol, having partnered with the Bristol University Sustainability Team (BUST), and currently advising the local government on its climate strategy. This city is an exciting place for our programmes to make change.

Bristol scholars are welcome to connect to find out more, or apply directly below.

CURRENT TEAM
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Jed Lim

Branch Director, Bristol

Jed is reading for an MSc in Environmental Policy and Management, with a background in Social Policy. He is interested in energy transition, particularly the way in which the Oil and Gas industry is evolving to stay competitive in global energy markets. Jed is committed to expanding environmental-related opportunities to all, regardless of background. As Branch Director for Bristol, he is engaging with students to be part of meaningful projects that impact the city and beyond.

Kieran Elliff

Consulting Director, Bristol

Kieran is currently undertaking an MSc in Environmental Policy and Management at the University of Bristol. He is passionate about sustainable living and interested in exploring the multi-scalar networks that are necessary to promoting the global sustainability agenda. Kieran has worked on the University of Exeter’s Green Consultant programme and volunteers for the Avon Wildlife Trust. As Consulting Director, he is guiding the consultants to provide a high-value service for the clients.

Lucy Hurford

Publicity Director, Bristol

Lucy is currently studying for a MSc in Environmental Policy and Management at Bristol University, having completed a Bachelors in Biological Sciences at Oxford University where she specialised in ecology. She is enthusiastic about conservation and has a passion for encouraging and developing sustainability in herself and others. Believing that positive communication surrounding sustainability is critical, Lucy has previously worked with environmental learning companies to create visual, auditory and written works to inspire a love of the natural world in the general public.

Development Director, Bristol

Tegan Kemp

Tegan is an MSc Environmental Policy and Management student at the University of Bristol. An ecocentric view is reflected across her lifestyle choices; zero waste shopping; vegan diet; reduced transport emissions. She endeavours to expand on her personal efforts through her role as Development Director by focusing on establishing new connections for Six Degrees and encouraging organisations to prioritise sustainability in their agendas. Tegan has experience as a consultant for CSRN, in partnership with the 180 Degrees Consulting Bristol branch.

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