A housing, urban regeneration and climate professional, Briony has 14 years’ experience working within and across commercial, public, academic and third sector agencies. Briony works concurrently for the Department for International Trade and as the Climate Services Development Manager for the Space4Climate group, working to increase the UK's share of the global space economy through climate services provision. Briony is a Steering group member of both the London Climate Change Partnership and the CIBSE Resilient Cities groups. She has co-founded MESH, the UK's first climate services network and AQNUK, the UK’s first dedicated interdisciplinary industry-academia air quality (indoors and out) research directory. Briony is a contributing author and helped establish the RCPCH RCP working group which investigated the impact of indoor air quality on children and young people’s health. Briony has growing technical specialisms in green finance, climate change and health and wellbeing (including air quality) of the nation’s built environment and infrastructure assets. She's completing a thesis at King’s College London on mainstreaming climate change adaptation in England's social housing sector. She has taken part in international low carbon trade missions and delegation visits, smart city, space, earth observation and climate resilience conferences.