- B417 Portland Square, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA
Dr Ian Selby
Director of Sustainable Geoscience
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
- Georesource governance
- Georesource development and management
- Marine minerals
- Sand and gravel
- Marine resource development
- Marine infrastructure development
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Looking outwards from the university, I work across the organisation in collaboration with professional and academic colleagues, seeking to build relationships, link and align research and academic interests and activities with policy, government and industry using my strategic organisational and project leaderships skills. I work across the natural resources, energy and infrastructure sectors and have >30 years of sustainable development, operational and business development experience in the UK and abroad, within industry, consultancy and government.
I utilise a unique blend of expert natural capital, natural resources and infrastructure development experience applied at the public/private interface – facilitating, managing and delivering georesources, infrastructure and renewable energy sector projects. My particular business experience extends across a range of marine and coastal sectors including georesources (minerals), marine & coastal infrastructure (reclamation, coastal adaptation, CCUS, cables & pipelines, interconnectors, tidal range and wave & tidal energy) with responsibilities including operational, regulatory and project development roles.
I have over 15 years experience operating at board level as a Director, Non-Executive Director and Chair.
BSc Liverpool University - Geology and Physical Geography
PhD Nottingham University - Marine Geology
MBA - Bath University
Roles on external bodies
Director ESG - Morwind Ltd
Chair - UK Minerals Forum
Chair & Trustee - Wessex Archaeology Ltd
NED and ARAC Chair - Cefas, DEFRA
Director - Geoconsilium Ltd