Mr Sebastian Dunnett BA Cantab MSc DIC
Postgraduate Research Student in Biodiversity and Renewable Energy
Tel: +44 (0)2380 594387
Base: University of Southampton
Sebastian is a conservation scientist studying the impacts of energy scenarios on global biodiversity. He has a background in sustainability consultancy, with two years’ experience working at UNEP-WCMC in Cambridge at the science-policy interface.
2014-2016: Programme Officer. UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge.
2014: Energy & Sustainability Analyst. CBRE, London, UK.
2012-2014: Researcher, Best Foot Forward (now Anthesis Consulting Group). Oxford, UK.
2011-2012: MSc Environmental Technology (Ecological Management). Imperial College London, UK.
2008-2011: BA Natural Sciences (Zoology). University of Cambridge, UK.
Sebastian is ultimately interested in reconciling different global policy goals prioritising biodiversity (Aichi Targets), carbon emissions (Paris Agreement) and development (Sustainable Development Goals). He is currently modelling land use changes necessitated by a large expansion in area required for renewable energy using energy mix targets detailed in national strategies.