Anna-Marie Greenaway joins the IfM after a 30 year career in international energy, most recently as Global Director of International University Partnerships at BP. In this role, Anna has been working with the University of Cambridge since 2012 and until September 2020 served on the Advisory Committees of the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies, Scott Polar Research Institute and the BP Institute for Multiphase Flow as well as the Clean Energy Centre at Tsinghua University, Beijing and the PROSPER low carbon rural energy project at IIM Ahmadabad, India.
In 2017 she was appointed the Science Advisory Council for the UK government Department of Transport and will remain a member of the > Council while undertaking her part-time PhD research at the IfM.
Her academic background is in Earth Sciences and she hold a BSc from RHBNC University of London and completed a Masters in Sustainability Leadership from the University of Cambridge between 2010-2012 with a dissertation on Strategic Roadmapping for CCUS technologies in China.
Her PhD is supervised by Dr Rob Phaal and aims to explore the development of strategic roadmapping frameworks and toolkits to assure delivery of net zero carbon ambitions.