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This month we are joined by Deborah Andrews, Professor of Design for Sustainability and Circularity at London South Bank University, who will be presenting on green data – fact or fiction?

Deborah Andrews

Speaker Bio:  Deborah has 20+ years’ experience in sustainable design and manufacture, the Circular Economy and Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment and is proud to be a Chartered Environmentalist. She adopts a whole systems approach to the challenges of sustainability and circularity that include consideration of all life cycle stages from design, through use and end-of-life. She is engaged in related research and enterprise activities with various sectors including the solar shading, commercial refrigeration, textile and data centre industries. Deborah has collaborated on and led several significant EU-funded projects including CEDaCI, which generated ground-breaking research to develop a Circular Economy for the Data Centre Industry. She has recently become a member of the Defra Digital Sustainability Team to support.

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