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HEAD, CLIMATE CHANGE UNIT, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT, TOURISM AND SPORT
Richard Bruton, TD
MINISTER FOR COMMUNICATIONS, CLIMATE ACTION AND ENVIRONMENT
DIRECTOR GENERAL, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
DIRECTOR, DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR ENVIRONMENT, EUROPEAN COMMISSION
ASSISTANT SECRETARY GENERAL, CLIMATE ACTION AND ENVIRONMENT, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS, CLIMATE ACTION AND ENVIRONMENT
DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF EVIDENCE AND ASSESSMENT, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
CHIEF EXECUTIVE AND PLANNING REGULATOR, OFFICE OF THE PLANNING REGULATOR
NATIONAL EXECUTIVE, COMMUNITY REUSE NETWORK IRELAND
DEVELOPMENT OFFICER, ENVIRONMENTAL PILLAR
HEAD OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY PROGRAMME, IEEP
CHAIR, CLIMATE CHANGE ADVISORY COUNCIL
DIRECTOR OF REGULATORY AND NATURAL RESOURCES POLICY, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, ENVIRONMENT AND RURAL AFFAIRS
MANAGING DIRECTOR, IRISH WATER
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, SCHOOL OF GEOGRAPHY, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN
MEMBER, EUROPEAN ACADEMIES' SCIENCE ADVISORY COUNCIL (EASAC)
DIRECTOR OF ASSET DELIVERY, NORTHERN IRELAND WATER
DIRECTOR OF SERVICES, LOCAL AUTHORITY WATERS PROGRAMME
J Owen Lewis
CHAIR, IIEA WORKING GROUP ON CLIMATE
INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT FOR SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAMME, EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENT AGENCY
PROGRAMME MANAGER, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
HEAD, WRAP CYMRU
ECONOMIST, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY EXECUTIVE, IBEC
PRINCIPAL OFFICER, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS, CLIMATE ACTION & ENVIRONMENT
HEAD, EUROPEAN CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH, WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION
Between May 2012 and September 2018, she was a Senior Policy and Programme Adviser on European Environment and Health Governance and Multisectoral Partnerships at the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe, in Copenhagen. In this capacity, she was responsible for supporting the WHO engagement in international environment and health governance. Her focus is on the integration of health consideration in decisions, policies, planning and investments affecting natural and built environments. In this capacity, she has been one of the main organizers of the Sixth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health, held in Ostrava, Czech Republic, in June 2017.
Areas of specific interest and expertise include the promotion of “health in all policies” approaches, health impact assessment, violence and injury prevention, urban health and active mobility policies and interventions. In this context, she promoted and coordinated the development of the Health Economic Assessment Tools (HEAT) for walking and cycling, to estimate the economic value of reductions in mortality as a consequence of regular cycling and/or walking. She is also providing, together with the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, the secretariat to the Transport, Health and Environment Pan-European Programme (THE PEP), a multilateral and multisectoral policy platform established in 2002 to promote healthy and sustainable transport policies.
Francesca has 30 years of international experience in environment and health policies and science, consumer safety and has authored several papers and publications. In May 2018 she was awarded a Honorary Doctorate by the Swedish School of Sport and Health Science in Stockholm, Sweden, for her leading engagement in environmental health and active transport.
DIRECTOR, DCU WATER INSTITUTE
Fiona’s research focuses on environmental monitoring and she has special interest in priority and emerging contaminants as well as the establishment of decision support tools for environmental monitoring using novel sensor technologies and data management tools. Her work includes the areas of separations and sensors (including microfluidics), materials for sensing and antifouling applications on aquatic deployed systems. Fiona has supervised > 25 students to PhD and MSc level, has an h-index of 30 (google scholar) publishing over 100 peer reviewed papers, book chapters, books and reviews. Fiona is an associate editor with the RSC journal, Analytical Methods and is a member of the Royal Irish Academy committee on Environment and Climate Change.