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Gamification in Sustainability Judge - Dr David Greenfield

20th September 2019

David Greenfield

"I'M LOOKING FOR IMPACT"

We caught up with another of our amazing judges for the Gamification in Sustainability award…Dr David Greenfield!

'David is the Managing Director of SOENECS, the independent environmental research and innovation practice he set up in 2014 following 15 years in leadership roles in local and regional government. SOENECS provides strategic advice and support to the public and private sectors and specialises in the creation and support of innovation in circular economy, waste management and resource management. SOENECS offer energy opportunity assessments to the faith and private sector. David has also spent over 20 years advising local and regional government on major procurement, renewable deployment & partnership delivery. In 2018, he authored a chapter for the UK Chief Scientists report.'

Watch the video to see the full interview and, importantly, hear what David is looking for in an award entry and what organisations he has been supporting recently…you heard it here first!


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