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Project Board Members


Andrew Sentance (Chair) is Professor of Sustainable Business at Warwick Business School having joined Warwick in 2006 as a Professorial Fellow in the Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation. He is also an external member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England.  elmes David Elmes joined WBS in 2008 as Academic Director for the Warwick Global Energy MBA after more than 20 years working in the energy and management consulting industries.
 ghosal.jpg Sayantan Ghosal is Professor of Economics with research interests primarily in economic theory but also include global climate change negotiations.  jones Tim Jones joined Warwick in 2007 as a Professor of Chemistry and is Head of the Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Section and Deputy Chair of the Science Faculty. His research interests include the exploitation of nanotechnology in the development of renewable energy technologies, most notably photovoltaics.

Robert Mackay is a Professor of Mathematics and Director of Mathematical Interdisciplinary Research and the Centre for Complexity Science. His research interests include dynamical systems, mathematical physics and complexity science.


Phil Mawby leads the Electronic Devices and Systems Research Centre in the School of Engineering and is Director of WISER. His main areas of expertise are in power devices and their applications in areas such as switched mode power supplies, aerospace, and automotive drives and power electronics for renewable systems.


John McGee joined Warwick Business School in 1994 and is currently Associate Dean for the MBA programme and Professor of Strategic Management.

 mills Peter Mills is a Professor in Warwick Horticultural Research Insitute and has a number of diverse research interests, including the impacts of plant diseases on the individual host through to environmental/ societal scales and climate change.
 christopher_moir3best.jpg Christopher Moir joined WMG as Principal Fellow Economics in 2007 from the Department of Trade and Industry, where he was Director Industry Economics and Statistics. page Ed Page is Associate Professor of Political Theory in the Department of Politics and International Studies. His research interests cover a range of topics in political philosophy; environmental ethics; and the politics and policy of global climate change. He is currently working on a project investigating the ethics of carbon emissions trading.
  Kevin Purdy leads a Marie Curie Excellence Team in Biological Sciences and is interested in the fundamental aspects of microbial ecology.   Katherine Branch- Research Development Officer
  Nikki Muckle- Research Development Manager (Social Studies)   Elizabeth Cromwell- Research Development Manager (Biological Sciences)