Campbell Gemmell

Campbell is a geographer, with a Ph.D in glaciology. He is now an international environment consultant and advocate. With over 30 years post-doctoral experience of working in the environment, mostly in public service environment protection, development and European policy roles, he was SEPA Chief Executive for nine years before playing a similar role in South Australia. For seven years, Campbell managed the largest community forest project in the UK, where he first started working with LINK and several of its members in the early 90s. He is currently Deputy Chair of the UK Committee on Radioactive Waste Management, undertakes mediation work and has provided consultancy input for several governments and agencies, including the World Bank and EEA, and to clients in Scotland, across the EU and in Australia. Campbell has affiliations (visiting, adjunct or honorary professorships) with the Universities of Glasgow, Stirling, Strathclyde and South Australia.

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