Stephen Tindale is a research fellow at the Centre for European Reform, working mainly on energy and climate policy but also on the EU budget.
He also runs the website Climate Answers (www.climateanswers.info), which tries to present information on climate issues in an accessible way, and to identify what should be supported rather than simply what should be opposed, as most NGOs do.
He is co-author, with Prashant Vaze, of the book "Repowering commmunties: Small scale solutions to large scale problems" (Earthscan, June 2011), about the role that local government, co-operatives and community organisations play on energy supply and energy efficiency in Europe and North America. Stephen has recently become a Visiting Research Fellow at the King’s College London Policy Institute.
Previous roles have included: Head of Communications and Public Affairs for RWE npower renewables; Executive Director of Greenpeace UK and Chairman of the Greenpeace European Unit; adviser to Environment Minister Michael Meacher; founder of IPPR Environment Group; adviser to Shadow Environment Secretary Chris Smith, diplomat at UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Stephen Tindale can be followed on twitter at @STindale
Areas of expertise
Climate change, energy, overseas development, EU budget.