Tim Gore
Head of the Low Carbon and Circular Economy Programme, Institute for European Environmental Policy
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Tim Gore is the head of the Low Carbon and Circular Economy programme at IEEP. He is a regular commentator in international media and public speaker on the climate and inequality crises.

He was previously for 12 years head of policy, advocacy and research for climate, food and land at Oxfam International, during which time he led widely-cited work on carbon inequality, including as a contributing author to the UNEP Emissions Gap Report 2020, and on the food-climate nexus. He engaged regularly at multilateral and regional processes from the UNFCCC to the G20 and ASEAN, and worked with some of the largest food and beverage companies in the Nordics to address sustainability challenges in their supply chains.

Prior to joining Oxfam, Tim worked at Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe during the negotiation of the 2008 Climate and Energy Package, and at the Fabian Society in the UK. He is a dual UK-Swedish citizen, with a first class BA in Politics and International Studies from the University of Warwick, UK, a MA from the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium, and a Post-graduate Certificate in Sustainable Value Chains from the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership at the University of Cambridge, UK.


Twitter: @tim_e_gore