Founder and Managing Director William established Green Element in 2004 with a desire to help as many businesses as possible go ‘green’. A pioneer and early adopter of many now-mandatory environmental standards, his visionary approach and inspiring leadership is exemplary. He is also a current board member and former Chairman of the Metropolitan Branch of CIWEM (Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management). More about William Richardson.
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Senior Sustainability and Energy Analyst Emma has six years’ experience in the environmental and charitable sector, covering all levels from volunteer to trustee, consolidated by 15 years’ corporate experience. She is a GHG and carbon accounting specialist, as well as an expert in energy-specific quantitative analysis methodology and modelling. More about William Richardson.
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Senior Environmental Management Consultant Matt has worked in the sustainability sector for over a decade. From promoting recycling on the doorstep and providing energy saving advice, through to pitching for large government contracts, Matt has had a broad experience of green policies and practice. Matt’s focus at Green Element is ensuring our clients get the best possible service.
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Sustainability and Energy Analyst Jillian has 8 years’ experience in corporate sustainability drawn from working with businesses big and small, from grass-roots consultancies to a national supermarket. Her main areas of focus have been waste, energy, travel and carbon reporting. More about Jillian Watt.
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Environmental Management Consultant Poppy has experience in Marketing and Communications from working with one of the UK’s leading power and gas companies as well as a small specialist autism charity. Poppy recently completed a degree in Business Studies with Environmental Management, her main areas of study were environmental management, environmental policy, international business and business policy. Poppy completed research at the University of Huddersfield as part of her degree, looking into Consumer awareness of sustainable food systems alongside the theories of sustainability and the role of the tertiary education sector.
Read articles by Poppy Harris on the Green Element blog.