George joined Resource Futures in 2017. He has extensive experience working in the field of waste policy for clients such as the European Commission, the UN Environment Programme, UK and international governments, WRAP, and Zero Waste Scotland. His data-driven approach is complimented by experience in research and software engineering and a keen attention to detail. George’s work draws together broad topics and the latest policy areas from the Circular Economy to community litter action and sophisticated data-led decision making in Smart Cities.


George is an expert on the topics of waste policy and marine litter, and the emergent fields of natural capital and air quality interventions. His work focusses on data analysis and modelling to inform decision making and policy recommendations. He has produced interactive toolkits, encapsulating data analysis and exploring model options, for clients that include Natural England, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, Sustrans and the Environment Agency. This work is underpinned by his background in software engineering, and ability to design easy-to-use and robust user interfaces. His expertise includes:

  • Insight from data analysis and modelling
  • Environmental, economic and social impact assessment
  • Interactive toolkits
  • Specialisms in Smart Cities, Circular Economy, Marine Litter, Natural Capital, Ecosystem Services, and Air Quality