Tom Maidment is a sustainability engineer with experience leading decarbonisation projects in agriculture and industry. He is also Technical Director of E.Mission (emission.org.uk), a consultancy he founded committed to improve public understanding of the carbon footprint of food.
He is an active environmental activist in Coventry. He produced an analysis of the implications for Coventry of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report on 1.5°C of warming which was published on CovCAN website in 2019 at https://covcan.uk/warming-implications-for-coventry/
This is part 2 of a two-part series of interviews with Tom.
In this part he talks about Coventry City Council’s successes and failures in fighting climate change, and makes several constructive and imaginative suggestions about what more they could be doing.