Philip has 19 years' experience of writing for the ENDS Report. He joined ENDS in 1989 when it consisted of only five people. The move followed a 10-year career in scientific research working for the Institute of Terrestrial Ecology (now the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology) and the British Antarctic Survey, on subjects as diverse as plant taxonomy, land classification and acid rain.
Philip is deputy editor of the ENDS Report and has particular responsibility for water management, also covering science and pollution plus court developments.
Areas of interest: The water industry, pollution, chemicals, health and industrial regulation.
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