Nick Mabey

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According to his biography on the E3G website:

Nick Mabey is a Founding Director and the Chief Executive of E3G. Until December 2005 he was a senior advisor in the UK Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit leading work on a variety of policy areas, including energy, fisheries, unstable states and organised crime.
Nick was previously Head of Sustainable Development in the FCO’s Environment Policy department, and the FCO lead on the Johannesburg Summit where he was responsible for establishing a number of innovative international partnerships including REEEP and the Travel Foundation.
An economist and engineer by training, before he joined government Nick was Head of Economics and Development at WWF-UK. He came to WWF from academic research at London Business School on the economics of climate change, published in the book “Argument in the Greenhouse”. This followed research at MIT into energy system planning and a period in the energy industry working for PowerGen and GEC Alsthom. Nick trained as a mechanical engineer at Bristol University specialising in energy systems, and holds a masters degree in Technology and Policy from MIT.
Among other appointments Nick currently sits on the East-West Institute’s International Task Force on Preventive Diplomacy, the Advisory Committee for the Energy, Environment and Development programme at Chatham House, and the Centre For Computational Finance and Economic Agents, University of Essex.'[1]


  1. E3G, "Nick Mabey", E3G profiles page. Accessed 13/02/09