Who we are
Dr Richard Dixon
Richard is Director of Friends of the Earth, Scotland. He has a strong background in policy and leadership roles in environmental non-government organisations in Scotland – having worked for both the WWF Scotland and Friends of the Earth Scotland.
Richard has served as a board member of SEPA for eight years and was also a member of the Scottish Government’s Air Quality Review Strategy and the Roundtable on Environment and Climate Change. He has a background in environmental and physical sciences, holding degrees from Glasgow Caledonian University and the Universities of Edinburgh and St Andrews.
Richard has a deep understanding of environmental policy in Scotland and how different interest groups can work constructively together to further the ambition for Scotland’s environment.
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Do you have a general query or do you want to raise a concern over how environmental law is being applied by a public authority in Scotland? If so, please contact us by completing this form.
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