David Lowry

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David Lowry is a research consultant with specialist knowledge of UK and EU nuclear and environment policy.

Early life and education[edit]

Dr Lowry is a contributing author to a 2007 book on British energy choices entitled Nuclear or Not? In 2001, Dr Lowry was presented with a special award for education at the Nuclear-Free Future Foundation annual awards. In 1987, Lowry was awarded a PhD on nuclear decision-making by the Open University. He previously studied at the State University of New York (1978–79) and the London School of Economics (1975–78).[1]

Publications[edit]

Dr Lowry has published a large number of articles in a range of magazines since 1980.[1] In 1991 he co-authored a book, The International Politics of Nuclear Waste, covering France, Germany, Sweden, UK and US, published by Macmillan Press.[2] His research and advocacy on nuclear and environmental issues has received extensive media coverage.[3][4][5]

Boards[edit]

He has been a member of the Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change's Geological Disposal Implementation Board for Radioactive Waste since 2010.

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