Dustin joined Green Alliance in 2011, to lead our work in the Low Carbon Energy and Resource Stewardship themes. In this role, he was responsible for work on energy efficiency and renewables, the UK’s electricity market, and CCS, as well as resource risk, critical materials, circular electronics and the Alliance for Circular Economy Solutions.
In October 2016, he became acting policy director, with responsibility for leading the delivery of Green Alliance’s policy programmes, for maximising the impact of its work on expert opinion, and for the management of its policy team.
Before joining Green Alliance, Dustin worked for the Campaign to Protect Rural England where he led work on the relationship between landscape protection, climate change, and new energy infrastructure.
He holds an MA in Political Thought and Theory from the University of Birmingham and an MA in International Relations and French from the University of St Andrews.
This bio has been taken from Dustin Benton’s profile on the Green Alliance website