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Alexander Inman


After completing an undergraduate degree in Social and Economic History at Liverpool University in 1992, I spent much of my early working life as a quantitative and qualitative researcher at the NOP Research Group in London, a company specialising in analysing consumer and business behaviour trends.  In 1999, I returned to full-time education to complete an MSc in Rural Resources and Environmental Policy at Imperial College London, having decided to pursue a career in Natural Resource Management.  Between 2001 and 2006, I held the position of Director of Policy at the Westcountry Rivers Trust, an organisation focussed on working with businesses, primarily farmers and water companies, to protect water courses from pollution.  Since 2006, I have operated as a freelance consultant, splitting my time between applied water resources and land management and academic research to support the development of sustainable natural resource use policies.