Sir Crispin Tickell is one of the world's foremost authorities on climate change. He is a leading environmentalist and has been an independent environmental advisor to successive UK Prime Ministers. His time is spent educating and advising governments, scientists, businesses and universities around the world on the importance of sustainable development.
As a career diplomat, some of Tickell's posts include British Ambassador to Mexico, Permanent Secretary of the Overseas Development Administration and British Permanent Representative to the United Nations, President of the Royal Geographical Society, Chairman of the Board of the Climate Institute of Washington DC, President of the Marine Biological Association and President of the National Society for Clear Air. He has also sat on two Government Task Forces – one on urban regeneration, the other on potentially hazardous near-earth objects.
He has written and contributed to numerous books on environmental and other issues.
Sir Crispin Tickell is the author of:
- Climate Change and World Affairs (1977)
- Mary Anning of Lyme Regis (1996)