Andrew has worked in roles relating to sustainability and corporate responsibility for over 25 years, initially for the Hong Kong Government, including developing policy for municipal and chemical waste management, land planning and development, nuclear safety, aviation security, emergency response management and prisoner rehabilitation.
Since coming to work in the UK, Andrew has focused on sustainability, strategy, policy and risk management, both in in-house and consulting roles. He has worked in-house in a range of sectors, including support services, logistics, communications, civil engineering consultancy and transportation, in organisations ranging in size from 40 people to almost 200,000, including Network Rail, Halcrow, Royal Mail and Jarvis.
In a consulting capacity, he has worked, among others, with Virgin Media, Boots, Johnson Matthey, AG Barr, EDF Energy, E.On, Inspace, Balfour Beatty and Galliford Try. Recently, he has set up his own company, Cambridge Sustainability Consultants, and has been spending a significant amount of time in Kurdistan, where he has been helping Gulf Keystone Petroleum develop and implement a corporate responsibility plan.
Andrew is co-inventor of a patented irrigation device, speaks regularly on climate change and sustainability issues, and has authored or co-authored a number of articles for technical and sustainability journals and publications.