Phoebe Cochrane is LINK’s Sustainable Economics Officer, part-time (21 hours per week). Phoebe leads on the Circular Economy for a Fairer Footprint project, focussing on seeking reductions in Scotland’s environmental footprint and influencing debate around creating a more circular economy for Scotland. Working closely with the LINK network and others, the role involves policy development, building alliances for progressive economics, and direct advocacy and communications with key stakeholders and decision-makers. The post is funded by Friends Provident Foundation. Phoebe previously worked on our Flourishing Scotland Project. Prior to joining LINK Phoebe worked for the Crofting Inquiry, Just World Partners and The Regional Environmental Centre for Central and Eastern Europe. She has an MSc in Ecological Economics and a PhD examining the social benefits of community involvement in forestry.
Phoebe works 9am – 3.30pm Monday to Thursday.
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