Nick contributes to Global Counsel's Climate and Sustainability practice, leveraging his extensive experience in senior government positions dedicated to shaping climate policy both domestically and internationally, notably in the UK and Australia. His impactful role advising Tony Blair on climate issues for two years proved instrumental, particularly in the lead-up to the 2005 G8 meeting when climate response was made an issue for Heads of State for the first time. He also played a pivotal role in helping initiate the influential Stern Review into the Economics of Climate Change.
Beyond his government roles, Nick is recognized for his engaging presentation style, deep knowledge and educational prowess. He has provided counsel to climate advocates and business leaders and has shared his expertise by developing graduate courses at the London School of Economics (LSE) and the University of Sydney.