The Tevi Team

Dr Dan Bloomfield

Project Manager

University of Exeter

Email:

[email protected]

Mobile Number:

07986 511883

Dan is responsible for the strategic management of the project, and for ensuring that its various targets and financial obligations are met. He coordinates the work between the different partners, and is the key contact for external partners and researchers.

Dan has a PhD in linguistics and policy networks, an MSc in environmental sustainability, and MA in psychotherapy and a BSc in ecology.  He has professional backgrounds in economic project development, urban policy, landscape designation and nature-based interventions for health.

Dr Edvard Glücksman

Impact Partnership Development Manager

University of Exeter

Email:

[email protected]

Mobile Number:

07983 741283

Edvard is responsible for the business-facing aspects of Tevi. His work strengthens the relationship between SMEs and Tevi’s delivery partners, supporting the successful delivery of programme outputs.

Edvard has a PhD in microbial ecology and evolution, an MSc in integrative biosciences, a BSc in environmental biology and a BA in sociology and social psychology. He is a Chartered Scientist with professional experience in overseas environmental and social impact reporting, measurement of sustainability indices to international best practice standards, environmental policy and science communication.

Amanda Goodwin

Senior Environment Officer

Cornwall Council

Email:

[email protected]

Mobile Number:

07483 364039

Amanda is the council’s lead officer for Tevi. As part of Tevi’s Delivery Team, Amanda is responsible for enabling organisations to adopt or improve their environmental growth and resource efficiency approaches, as well as managing the Cornwall Sustainability Awards. 

Amanda’s background lies in managing, reporting and communicating environmental and social impact programmes for large corporates, including Virgin Media, Asda, and O2, both in consultancy and in-house roles. Amanda also holds an MSc in Environmental Management for Business. 

Dr Stephen Lowe

Industrial Impact Fellow

University of Exeter

Stephen is responsible for the development of a natural capital resource hub to monitor the status of the natural environment of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, and the measurement of environmental growth across the county. This aspect of Tevi will help businesses and the public to engage with the natural environment and natural capital resources.

In 2017 Stephen gained an EngD from the University of Reading, working with the British Geological Survey, focusing on the development of new methods in geochemistry to improve public health and sustainability in the urban environment. Stephen is interested in sustainable development, environmental protection, governance for environmental growth, and the role of environmental science in the delivery of environmental growth strategies.

Catherine Pinney

Business Advisor

Cornwall Wildlife Trust

Email:

[email protected]

Mobile Number:

07811 521484

Catherine is the main point of contact at the Cornwall Wildlife Trust for the Tevi project. She works with local businesses to support and advise on all aspects of the project, with a focus on habitat enhancement and the creation of new spaces for wildlife.

Highly experienced in managing environmental issues within development projects, Catherine has previously worked on UK and international projects, delivering solutions for environmental growth. She is a both a Chartered Engineer and a Chartered Environmentalist.

Dr Kyle Roskilly

Industrial Impact Fellow

Kyle is leading in the development of a sensor network to monitor and feedback on the state of the natural environment and how businesses interact with it. He also provides spatial visualisations and other relevant data and technology solutions that support business.

Kyle has a PhD in animal locomotion and sensor localisation and an MEng in Aerospace Engineering. He has previous industrial experience in the space and unmanned vehicle sectors. He has also developed and deployed sensor systems, primarily for wildlife monitoring in Southern Africa, and worked on subsequent data processing and analysis.

Dr Dave Rymer

Impact Partnership and Development Officer

Email:

[email protected]

Mobile Number:

01326 255224

Dave works alongside and supports wider staff with a specific focus on SME and business engagement, through supporting and leading in the delivery of project outputs whilst ensuring compliance, eligibility and reporting requirements are met.

Dave has a PhD in ecology and evolutionary biology, an MSc in wildlife management and conservation, and a BSc in zoology.  His professional background is in scientific analysis and consulting for various environment-focused SMEs.

Dr Anne Velenturf

Industrial Impact Fellow

Anne develops business support tools to enable a circular economy and environmental growth. She also leads on the delivery of Environmental Challenge Networks that identify new business opportunities in response to regional environmental issues.

Anne has a PhD in industrial symbiosis (also known as waste-to-resource innovation), an MSc in applied ecology and conservation specialising in environmental governance, and a BSc in wildlife management. She has delivered academic and consultancy projects on the interface of science, government and industry on resource recovery, business model innovation and renewables.

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