I am an independent Livestock Sustainability Consultant based in the United Kingdom. Passionate about sustainability issues and the role of animal agriculture in helping to feed a hungry world using fewer resources, my current research and outreach work focuses on modeling the environmental and economic impact of livestock production systems.
Current research projects include the effects of technology use, management practices and production system upon environmental and economic impacts of livestock production, with specific reference to dairy and beef. However, my work encompasses analyses ranging from quantifying the GHG emissions associated with salmon transport; to the impact of going “meatless” for one day per week; to a review of the U.S. beef industry’s environmental impact for a global NGO.
My principal professional goal is to communicate the importance of livestock industry sustainability and the factors affecting sustainability to enhance the knowledge and understanding of stakeholders within food production from the farmer and rancher through to the retailer, policy-maker and consumer.
Please feel free to contact me to enquire about environmental modelling and analysis, or if you’d like me to speak at your event or conference. I have presented to audiences of up to 5,000 people, in 14 countries on six continents. Past presentations have ranged from 15 minutes to 4 hours, and I’m also absolutely open to panels, Q&A, webinars etc. Examples of my powerpoint presentations and videos of past talks are in the links to the left. For more information please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org