Director, Carbon Watchdog
Adam's professional bio / interests
I am a fossil fuel addict trying to kick the habit. I was a zoologist, a forex trader and a coder (not simultaneously). I did my MSc in Environmental Technology at Imperial College, London in 1990. In my last job up to 2019 I worked for BP plc, creating systems and huge databases to help the oil industry run smoothly. When the cognitive dissonance between BP and what I thought my life was about grew too loud, I quit and since then, I’ve run Carbon Watchdog to talk with any who’ll listen about climate change and the best ways to deal with it.
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An interesting, or unusual fact(s) about me…
I know how to get a Landrover out of six foot deep mud pit on a logging road in Nigeria without a rescue truck. It is insanely dangerous, but so is hanging around in the jungle with no food or drink for any length of time.
A career highlight
This is it! Where are the emojis?
May 23, 2021