The project is coordinated by Mim Saxl, who is based at the Environmental Change Institute, with support from Ian Curtis, Nick King and Julie Harrod.
Mim Saxl, Project Coordinator
Mim holds an MSc in Nature, Society and Environmental Policy from Oxford University, and a BA in French and Czech. She previously worked as a research assistant in the ECI food research team, contributing several sections to ‘Food Security and Global Environmental Change‘ (Earthscan, 2010). She has also worked for NERC, the British Council, COIN and most recently Cultivate, where she is now a Director. Mim is also a photographer and runs her own business, Mim Saxl Photography, specialising in portrait and wedding work.
Nick King, Consultant, Project Coordinator
Originally qualifying as a chemical engineer, Nick worked for Thames Water and ICI before joining WaterAid to head its overseas work. Latterly, he worked for the Environment Agency, chairing the East Midlands Regional Climate Change Group and acting as a sustainability adviser to the GLA. Most recently he worked for Oxfordshire County Council, leading the Council’s contribution to the OxFutures project in partnership with the City Council and the Low Carbon Hub – a really good example of how partnerships, playing to individual strengths, can help bring about the low carbon transition that Oxfordshire needs.