Bethan has over 12 years communications experience including encouraging broad behaviour change around the adoption of emerging technology such as broadband, digital TV, 4G and social media. Most recently, Bethan has worked with the Green Party of England and Wales delivering social media for a very successful 2015 General Election campaign.
Nick completed his PhD with the University of Northampton early in 2015. His expertise includes developing systems models combining qualitative and quantitative methodologies to deliver strategic level appraisal and evaluation of future scenarios for waste management, circular economy and zero waste. He has also developed a forecasting and backcasting model being utilised to aid local authorities in their waste local plan development process.
Jane Stephenson, CEO at Resource Futures, said:
“We welcome Bethan and Nicholas to Resource Futures which is an employee owned company. They join us at an exciting time for the circular economy with the recent EU decision and COP 21 agreement. It is clear that our specialist work in communications and materials data management is needed now more than ever before as countries around the world as well as in the UK tackle the opportunities and challenges of transiting to a resourceful economy.”