Barnaby Briggs

Barnaby Briggs joined Shell as a Corporate Planner, moving later into the Public Affairs section of the company. He left Shell to join the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) as Energy and Transport Policy Officer, where he worked for six years on climate change, and other policy issues, including setting up global ecological networks on climate change and biodiversity.  He then joined Environmental Resources Management (ERM) as a Consultant working on environmental and social issues. He rejoined Shell as the Chemicals Issues Manager ten years ago, and then ran the Social Performance Management Unit in the Corporate Affairs team.  The Unit provided policy, best practice and guidance on managing social performance across Shell as well as hands on support for individual projects and assets.  He is currently the Strategic Relations Manager for Shell, focusing on the Nigeria issues.

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