Dr Antoinette Nestor , Public Engagement Manager, is responsible for the public engagement strategy. She supports the research agenda where there is a public engagement component, and helps manage our online presence and social media. She has a PhD in law with a focus on community economic development law.
Emily Farnworth , Cambridge Zero Fellow and Director of the Centre for Climate Engagement, leads the Hughes Hall Centre for Climate Engagement in building a bridge from academic insight to boardroom action, helping companies reach net zero emissions and build climate resilience. The Centre also hosts the Climate Governance Initiative, in collaboration with the World Economic Forum, which mobilises boards of directors around the world to address climate change.
Prof Emily Shuckburgh OBE , Director, is a world-leading climate scientist and science communicator. She is also Professor of Environmental Data Science at the Department of Computer Science and Technology and leads the UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training on the Application of AI to the study of Environmental Risks (AI4ER). She is a Fellow of Darwin College, a Fellow of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, an Associate Fellow of the Centre for Science and Policy, a Fellow of the British Antarctic Survey and a Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society.
Dr Erik Mackie , Research Engagement Manager, is responsible for all research-related projects, including developing new research collaborations and engaging with internal and external research communities and partners. He has a PhD in oceanography and climate science, and previously worked at the British Antarctic Survey.
Lauren Milden , Policy Advisor at the Centre for Science and Policy, supports our policy engagement through her work with the Cambridge Zero Policy Forum. The Policy Forum is a multidisciplinary community of academics contributing evidence and expertise to public policy-making for the transition to a sustainable, inclusive, and resilient net zero society.
Dr Suman-Lata Sahonta , Research Manager at the Energy Transitions Interdisciplinary Research Centre, supports Cambridge Zero by facilitating knowledge exchange and raising the profile of the University's energy transition research. She has a PhD in Physics and has an academic and industrial research background in developing energy-efficient device technologies.