Examples of Paul’s work are provided in the case studies below. If you would like to know more about his work please get in touch.
This video shows a seminar of Dr. Paul Toyne, expert on environment issues and sustainable development, providing the overview and context in session 1 of an international conference on carbon reductions in infrastructure: The Road to Carbon Neutral Infrastructure. Topic: Climate change: current carbon emissions and why we must cut carbon emissions. CCC summit, 18th June
If you are interested in knowing more about Paul’s style in moderating conferences. This video clip of the CCC Summit in Sweden June 2018 shows how Paul uses his expertise to tease out insights from panellists and engage with the audience.
Paul was appointed a non-executive director of Redmond Group (RGL), a mechanical and plumbing business. Paul is helping grow the business by providing independent scrutiny and rigour to the executive management of the company. Paul is also using his network to support new business development with clients that share the same values to RGL, and he
Paul was commissioned by Willmott Dixon’s Wales and SW business unit to host their sustainability day held in Cardiff City Hall in June 2018. The audience comprised over 400 people representing their clients, supplier and staff. Paul worked with the communication and sustainability team to design an event to appeal to its audience, but with a
Climate resilience for Anglian Water Anglian Water commissioned Paul to establish a methodology for assessing their assets for resilience to climate change. A methodology was produced, based on the best available climate science and advice from one of the UK’s foremost climate scientists and was peer reviewed by the Committee for Climate Change. Paul worked with
Paul worked with Cory Riverside Energy to advise them on strategy to deliver social value as part of their waste management service to a London borough. The bid was successfully and they secured a significant multiple million pound nine-year contract. Under the tender evaluation scoring system, social value was a sizeable percentage and certainly not something