Paul Toyne

(London, United Kingdom, 1967)

A Doctor in Ecology and Natural Resources Management who qualified at the University of London, Paul Toyne works closely with government, the private sector and non-governmental organisations on the development of sustainability policies.
Since 1996 he has been researching climate change based on a study on the impact of this phenomenon on the conservation of the Siberian Tiger in eastern Russia. Since then, he has been the driving force behind numerous research studies into the effects of climate change and has advised companies on sustainability, combining these activities with appearances in the media and as a conference speaker talking about such issues.
He is currently studying the future impact of climate change on the food chain of the United Kingdom.