Andrew Bloodworth

Science Director Policy: Decarbonisation and Resource Management, British Geological Survey

As a science director at the British Geological Survey, Andrew is responsible for policy issues related to decarbonisation and resource management. His own interests include UK resource security, critical minerals and the impact of mining on developing countries. He has worked extensively in Africa and elsewhere in the developing world and was formerly Mining Advisor to the UK Department for International Development.

Andrew is a Chartered Geologist and a Council Member and Trustee of the Geological Society of London. He is also a member of the UK Minerals Forum, the Confederation of British Industry Minerals Group and the Mineral Resources Expert Group of EuroGeosurveys.

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