Jane Stevensen

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"Jane Stevensen started her career as an exploration geologist with BP and soon found herself managing the environmental impact of the drilling of deep gas wells in the protected rare Jarrah forests of Western Australia. After a stint in London with the North Sea Development Group she moved to Enterprise Oil plc, and managed their European exploration programme, developing a code of practice and the definitive guidelines for operation in Italy's Parchi Nazionali (National Parks).

"Subsequently she spent a year in France on the INSEAD MBA programme and after graduating moved to the USA to join the global Environmental Consultancy the ERM Group in their management consultancy business. Her move to the London office a year later saw her setting up Environmental Management Consultancy in the UK and becoming a Technical Director of the firm. She went on to become Managing Partner in a specialist niche environmental consultancy for the energy sector (oil and gas, nuclear and mining), and now consults independently. She is a Course Director for Cambridge University's Institute of Continuing Education in Environmental and Earth Sciences. She was made a Non-Executive Director of The Conservation Volunteers in 2008 and is also a trustee of TRUE, the London Trust for Urban Ecology. "[1]


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  1. The Conservation Volunteers People, organizational web page, accessed July 2, 2012.