Dr Robin Russell-Jones, 03/08/20
A questionnaire was sent to MEG Membership to establish their knowledge and expertise on environmental matters, and low carbon technologies in the home.
13 members responded to the questionnaire
7 people subscribe to one or more scientific/environmental publications.
3 people have worked for an environmental organization
8 people cover environmental issues in their work:
Town or District Councillors (2)
Environmental Consultant (2)
Pollution control officer (1)
Medical doctor (1)
Ethical Trade (1)
Domestic Energy Assessor (1)
9 people have expertise on environmental issues.
This includes Air quality, Carbon footprints, Local Government, Fund raising, Marketing, Legal compliance, Health and Safety, Eco-homes, Renewable energy projects.
10 people have relevant academic qualifications.
This includes 3 engineers of which two are chartered engineers
MBA specializing in ethical business
BsC/MsC in Environmental Health
Medical Degree (MA FRCP FRCPath)
Four further degrees in Zoology, Chemistry and two more that were not specified.
10 people have been involved in eco-friendly installations in their own homes
3 people have an electric or hybrid vehicle, and 2 more have no vehicle
5 people offered to help with fund-raising or canvassing
7 people are prepared to answer questions, one by email only