People

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Doogie Black

Founding Director

Doogie has worked in Sustainable Development for over 20 years. Following a background in forestry and international development, Doogie has focussed predominantly upon climate change issues since 2003. He played a central role in the acclaimed EU-funded ESPACE Project, focusing on behaviour change, organisational change management, and climate change strategy. A member of the core team that developed the PACT framework (now rebranded by Climate Sense as CaDD www.cadd.global), he works across private, public and civil society organisations – ranging from local authorities through to multinational corporations. Supporting individuals, organisations and systems of organisations through their change challenges, Doogie CV is always growing. He has extensive experience working with: infrastructure; cities; food security; value chains; development; water; forestry, landscape; and, transport.

Doogie also uses the CaDD process to provide a fast-track diagnostic service for change management consultants looking to focus their services with their own clients upon areas where they will have optimum impact.

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Iain Fullerlove

IT Director

Iain is our Director of IT and is developer of our CaDD Pathfinder Software and Database (www.cadd.global). Based in Vietnam, Iain provides advice and expertise to our clients and to our team of associates using the CaDD Software and its Data. He has the rare ability to turn concepts into logic, logic into data, and data into useful information. With more than 25 years of experience in IT and Database development, Iain’s passion for innovation ensures we are always ahead of the game.

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Rochelle Mortier

Senior Consultant

Rochelle works with financial institutions and has worked on projects for clients across South East Asia, India, Africa, Mexico and the EU. She has an outstanding background in research and advocacy on sustainable investment and business practices relating to climate change and development. She holds a BA in European Studies, Finance and Accounting, an MBA, and an MSc in International Relations. Rochelle began her career with Cargill in the UK and the Netherlands and then worked for PWC and WorldCom. She then worked for Greenpeace International on advocacy for sustainable investment, where she developed a framework for corporate governance for climate risk and wrote the Greenpeace submission to the Norwegian Ministry of Finance on best practice investment principles for climate risk for the Norwegian sovereign wealth pension fund – ‘Global’. She was also instrumental in bringing together sustainable investment practitioners and Greenpeace International management to share knowledge and to work collaboratively on advocacy for sustainable investment.

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Nick Pyatt

Senior Consultant

Nick holds an MSc in Responsibility & Business Practice, an Advanced Diploma in Executive Coaching, a BSc in Agroforestry and Diploma in Forestry. He has a background of leadership in international development with both private and voluntary organisations.  His client range covers the private, public, and civil society sectors. He supports policy, strategic and implementation interventions in international development ranging from national sector reform to grass roots rural development and private enterprise development – including leveraging those activities to develop joint ownership with local communities. He has developed international sustainable agriculture supply chains, particularly those drawing on smallholder production. Nick also coaches business leaders on their commercial and corporate responsibility objectives.

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Kate Lonsdale

Senior Consultant

Kate is one of the UK’s most respected experts in human change as it applies to climate change adaptation. Her work focuses on understanding adaptation in practice including what supports and constrains processes of adaptation. Prior to moving into consultancy in 2011, she spent 3 years at the UK Climate Impacts Programme (UKCIP) following 14 years as a researcher, initially with Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University and, from 2002, with the Stockholm Environment Institute. Kate has worked on adaptation in the EU context, was a lead author for the United Nations Development Programme’s Adaptation Policy Framework on Stakeholder Engagement, managed a project investigating the social implications of sea-level rise in the Thames Estuary, gathered stakeholder opinion on the landscape of South Oxfordshire in 2080 and ran training for the International Red Cross on participatory vulnerability and capacity assessments. Kate is an accredited action learning set facilitator and has a post-graduate diploma in ’Change Agent Skills and Strategies’ at Surrey University.

 Carole Bond
Carole Bond

Senior Consultant

Carole is an environmental scientist, sustainability practitioner and marketing professional Carole has more than 25 years business experience working in the steel industry, media, engineering, government at all levels and multi-sector consultancy. A graduate of the University of Bath’s renowned MSc in Responsibility and Business Practice, for the past 20 years she has specialised in environment and sustainable development with a focus on raising awareness, promoting attitudinal shifts and supporting behavioural change around sustainable development issues in organisations across all sectors.