17:30 - 19:00 29 May 2012
Location: UCL Energy Institute
Malcolm's talk will
address the nature and necessity of EU regulation in this field, link
EU action to major environmental threats such as air quality, noise and
climate change, and draw on examples in particular in relation to
vehicle standards and biofuels.
About the speaker
Malcolm Fergusson has worked on environmental issues in the energy and transport sectors for 27 years. His specialist areas have included energy demand modelling, taxation and regulation of road vehicles, aviation and biofuels, and wider environmental policy analysis. He became a Senior Fellow at the Institute for European Environmental Policy in 1993, and Head of Climate Change at the Environment Agency in 2008. He is currently an independent consultant.
The seminar will be followed by drinks and nibbles and the opportunity to network