Matthew is currently an environmental science undergraduate with the University of Exeter due to graduate in June 2019.
Matthew previously worked for both Hospice in the Weald and Thomson, Snell and Passmore Solicitors in Tunbridge Wells, Kent for a short while before attending university in Cornwall. He acted as student trustee for his campus’ student union (FXU) during academic year 17/18 while the organisation was going through a major governance reform.
Matthew initially joined the EPG team working part-time with Richard Lowes and Bridget Woodman on the Heat Incumbency and Transformations Project. His main activities surrounded generating outputs for the project to aid and support its direction. More recently, Matthew has joined the IGov team as part-time Project Administrator working on academic impact and the creation of an IGov MOOC.
Lowes R, Woodman B, Clark M. Incumbency in the UK heat sector: implications for low-carbon heating [Internet]. Falmouth; 2018. Available from: http://www.ukerc.ac.uk/publications/incumbency-in-the-uk-heat-sector.html
Lowes R, Woodman B, Clark M. A Transformation to Sustainable Heating in the UK: risks and opportunities for UK heat sector businesses [Internet]. Falmouth; 2018. Available from: http://www.ukerc.ac.uk/publications/sustainable-heating-in-the-uk-risks-and-opportunities.html