Andrew is an expert in carbon accounting, natural capital, and greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction targets and strategy. He has worked in the sustainability field for over fifteen years.
Andrew’s international experience covers hundreds of GHG emission assessments, product lifecycle, energy, waste, and water footprints, for complex global supply chains, and across a wide range of business sectors. His clients have included SAB Miller, Next, PZ Cussons, Vodafone, Oki, PureCircle, The Economist Group, Khazanah Nasional, and JP Morgan.
Andrew’s business background is in marketing, innovation, and supply chain management. He was a visiting CPD course tutor at Oxford University for six years; and also advises companies on technology commercialisation, responsible supply chain and resource efficiency, and market growth from more sustainable products and services.
Andrew started his career in international marketing and supply chain management, after completing industrial placements with BP, and finance and marketing internships in Ghana and Germany. He worked for five years as marketing manager, household appliances, for REHAU, Europe’s largest polymer engineering company. As an innovation consultant, he led the UK Government SMMT ‘Into Volume Supply’ industry programme, and supported the early stage commercialisation of environmental technologies. In 2008, he joined Camco (now Verco), where he led the ECCM carbon accounting team, and provided supply chain and climate change strategy support to FTSE listed and Global 500 companies.
Andrew is a BSc (hons) graduate of Cass Business School, City, University of London, where he specialised in marketing and corporate finance. He also holds Diplomas of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and Market Research Society; and an Advanced Diploma in Environmental Conservation (P/T), with distinction, from Oxford University.