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Dedicated to Sustainability

ESI Monitor offers professional assistance to organisations enrolled in the ESI Monitor’s Environmental Framework, and bespoke sustainability consultancy to other clients. Our services provide enrolled businesses with expert guidance throughout their journey towards sustainability, and ensure they have the tools and knowledge required to continually improve their operational environmental footprint. We are also able to offer bespoke management, policy, advisory, and consultancy services to organisations, governments, and individuals with regard to a broad range of environmental and social matters.

Our Consultants
Our team includes an array of experts with specialisations in a variety of environmental perspectives, ranging from chartered environmental management, carbon footprint analysis, ISO 14064 measurement, sustainable development, green economy, and UN environmental policy. We draw on expertise in Guernsey, the UK and jurisdictions around the world.
Fred Betley
Sustainable Development Specialist

Fred is a sustainable development specialist who graduated in the first cohort of Global Sustainable Development from the University of Warwick. To ESI Monitor, he has brought the energy and enthusiasm of a graduate, and the passion and commitment of a dedicated activist of the sustainability movement. Fred has helped build ESI Monitor from the early months of inception, bringing expertise and passion to the products and future plans of ESI Monitor. Most recently, Fred has developed the new ESI Monitor Modular Environmental Management System, ESI Monitor’s flagship product.

Fred is a sustainable development specialist who graduated in the first cohort of Global Sustainable Development from the University of Warwick. To ESI Monitor, he has brought the energy and enthusiasm of a graduate, and the passion and commitment of a dedicated activist of the sustainability movement. Fred has helped build ESI Monitor from the early months of inception, bringing expertise and passion to the products and future plans of ESI Monitor. Most recently, Fred has developed the new ESI Monitor Modular Environmental Management System, ESI Monitor’s flagship product.

 

Until August 2020, Fred was a member of the Policy Sub-Group of the Sustainable Business Initiative (part of the Guernsey Chamber of Commerce), who are at the centre of sustainable development in Guernsey. Here he gave a number of talks and presentations. He also worked collaboratively with the team to critique and suggest improvements to the States of Guernsey’s Climate Change Policy Plan.

 

Today, he is knowledgeable and skilled in the areas of environmental management, carbon offsetting, and sustainable product development.

 

Fred has now moved to London to set up the ESI Monitor London Office.

Ian Corder
Environmental Project Manager / Senior Environmental Consultant

Ian is an enthusiastic Chartered Environmental Manager with the highest standards of integrity and professionalism. He brings together strategic management ability with strong technical and digital skills and is equally comfortable building a strategic vision or drilling into the detail, with particular experience in modelling, forecasting, metrics and audit/improvement. 

Ian is an enthusiastic Chartered Environmental Manager with the highest standards of integrity and professionalism. He brings together strategic management ability with strong technical and digital skills and is equally comfortable building a strategic vision or drilling into the detail, with particular experience in modelling, forecasting, metrics and audit/improvement. 

 

Ian has worked across a range of sectors including infrastructure, engineering and agri-food, on life-cycle cost and carbon modelling, value-chain management and business sustainability, and productivity improvement. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management, and also holds qualifications in project management and accounting from the Association for Project Management and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants respectively. He has an MSc in Environmental Management from the University of Nottingham and a BA in Land Economy from the University of Cambridge. Ian has previously worked for WWF and the UK Environment Agency, and is also a member of the CIWEM Climate Change Specialist Panel.

Sylvie Laine
Carbon Footprint Analyst

Sylvie is qualified to conduct internationally accepted carbon footprint assessments in line with the GHG Protocol. Through these assessments, Sylvie can provide businesses with detailed insights into their environmental impact, while also helping them to track their emissions and set targets for reduction.

Sylvie is qualified to conduct internationally accepted carbon footprint assessments in line with the GHG Protocol. Through these assessments, Sylvie can provide businesses with detailed insights into their environmental impact, while also helping them to track their emissions and set targets for reduction.

In her capacity as a consultant with ESI Monitor, Sylvie is also able to guide businesses through the process of measuring, managing, and minimising their environmental impact via the Environmental Business Operations Standard.

In addition to her role as a carbon footprint analyst, Sylvie is also the driving force behind ESI Monitor’s creative and marketing efforts. Sylvie’s skills in digital design and knowledge of environmental issues allow her to encourage sustainability in the community through creative social media content and digital art. Due to this, Sylvie is able to advise organisations regarding the use of creative materials to inspire workplace sustainability among staff and to promote the organisation’s sustainable actions to a wider audience.

Aimee Golden
Associate Consultant

Aimee holds a MSc in Green Economy, a CertHE in Environmental Science, and is a qualified Carbon Footprint Analyst. Her advanced qualifications combined with her corporate experience have enabled her to develop the skills needed in an environmentally sustainable economy. Aimee is also able to conduct internationally accepted carbon footprint assessments in accordance with the GHG Protocol and ISO 14064.

Aimee holds a MSc in Green Economy, a CertHE in Environmental Science, and is a qualified Carbon Footprint Analyst. Her advanced qualifications combined with her corporate experience have enabled her to develop the skills needed in an environmentally sustainable economy. Aimee is also able to conduct internationally accepted carbon footprint assessments in accordance with the GHG Protocol and ISO 14064.

During her MSc studies, Aimee had the opportunity to shadow a team of atmospheric scientists at Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii, and went on to achieve a CertHE Environmental Science with Open University, heightening her awareness of environmental and socio-economic challenges, and the importance of environmental and natural resource management.

As part of Aimee’s MSc, she also established a strong relationship with the Small Island Organisation (SMILO) and assisted the National Trust on Brownsea Island in Poole to focus on the process of transitioning to sustainability, leading to their obtaining the SMILO sustainable small island accreditation. Aimee’s dissertation for her Masters recognises that small islands are fragile, unique, and at the forefront of global changes, making them perfectly positioned to be pioneers for sustainable development.

In her spare time, Aimee is part of a team of volunteers who manage the Guernsey conservation herd and she is also the main injured bat rehabilitator in Guernsey.

Dr. Michaela Byrom
Associate Consultant

Michaela is an experienced analyst and consultant with particular strengths in data scrutiny and information resourcing. Working for many years on assimilation of data from academic journals, governmental and commercial sources, she specialised in data analysis and research, looking at both commercial and government best practice and reporting in addition to direct market research.

Michaela is an experienced analyst and consultant with particular strengths in data scrutiny and information resourcing. Working for many years on assimilation of data from academic journals, governmental and commercial sources, she specialised in data analysis and research, looking at both commercial and government best practice and reporting in addition to direct market research.

She has attended conferences and meetings both with governmental and industry representatives and has presented at such on sustainability across a number of topics including energy, health, infrastructure and environment. She has also produced reports on SIDS, governmental and commercial benchmarking. In 2013, Michaela moved into aquaculture, managing a shellfish hatchery with exports both UK wide and globally. She has developed contacts and knowledge within the industry and an appreciation of the challenges and opportunities facing sustainable seafood sourcing and the impacts of this on biodiversity. Within this role she collaborated on research with colleagues at CEFAS and UK institutes and universities.

Kristina Touzenis
Associate Consultant

Kristina Touzenis is a lawyer and a recognized leader in the effective and concrete operationalization of international human rights standards and principles in complex settings worldwide requiring long-term engagement with a multitude of stakeholders, from both the public and private sectors. She has more than 20 years of experience in advocacy, human rights reporting, monitoring, and evaluating as well as in policy making and negotiating at national, regional, and global level.

Kristina Touzenis is a lawyer and a recognized leader in the effective and concrete operationalization of international human rights standards and principles in complex settings worldwide requiring long-term engagement with a multitude of stakeholders, from both the public and private sectors. She has more than 20 years of experience in advocacy, human rights reporting, monitoring, and evaluating as well as in policy making and negotiating at national, regional, and global level.

Kristina founded BST Impact to help companies and investors to effectively operationalize ESG criteria and the Business and Human Rights agenda into their respective sustainable business strategies, investment processes and risk assessment management systems.

Previously, Kristina created the International Law Unit at the International Organization for Migration – IOM, the UN Agency for Migration and served as Head of the Unit from 2011 to 2020. In that role, she built internal organization-wide policies and guidance for offices worldwide on how to operationalize, report, and monitor impact of programmes from a rights-based perspective, developing indicators and methodologies to measure and leverage benefits to broader societies and beneficiaries. She also engaged with government counterparties on legislation development and review as well as with other Agencies within the UN common system, on advocacy and implementation of programmes worldwide. Prior to her appointment at the IOM HQ, Kristina worked from 2006 to 2011 in the IOM Regional Office for the Mediterranean Region, on translating international norms and standards into practice on the ground and from 2002 to 2006 on implementing children’s rights in the Mediterranean Region for an NGO. Throughout her career, she has taught post- and undergraduate courses in international law at several universities.

Kristina is Associate Director with Strategia Worldwide where she advises Strategia clients on how to integrate sustainability criteria in their business conduct. BST can refer to Strategia for independent fact finding and due diligence missions. Kristina is also Mentor for LevNet Ventures, an investment firm focusing on funding start-ups with a prominent financial inclusion component, here she advices investees on how to ensure they are and show sustainability. Kristina is Advisor to the MCM Gold Fund, a fund being launched in 2021 investing in ESG rated goldmines, and an Advisory Board Member at Mining Dialogue.

Kristina holds an LLB and LLM from the University of Copenhagen. She is currently Head of the Geneva branch of Women in Sustainable Finance (WISF), a member of Geneva Sustainable Finance Geneva, a member of the Female Founders Collective, and a member of the British Swiss Chamber of Commerce.

Silvia Scozia
Associate Consultant

Silvia Scozia has over seven years of experience working in policy-making and legal research on national and international law issues, both in the private and public sectors. Prior to founding BST Impact, she has worked as a British Red Cross Research Fellow in Cambridge (UK), as a Legal Associate at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Advisory Service on International Humanitarian Law, and as a Counsel to the former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Spain at the law firm Palacio & Asociados in Madrid.

Silvia Scozia has over seven years of experience working in policy-making and legal research on national and international law issues, both in the private and public sectors. Prior to founding BST Impact, she has worked as a British Red Cross Research Fellow in Cambridge (UK), as a Legal Associate at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Advisory Service on International Humanitarian Law, and as a Counsel to the former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Spain at the law firm Palacio & Asociados in Madrid.

She has broad experience reviewing the compliance of existing frameworks with internationally recognized standards, and creating feasible, substantiated, action-oriented policy strategies for diverse stakeholders. She has previously worked with the International Migration Law Unit of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Office of the Prosecutor at the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), and the NGO Oxfam.

Silvia holds a Bachelor and Master’s Degree in Law, and an LL.M. in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights from the Geneva Academy. She specialized in Sustainability Leadership and Corporate Responsibility at the London Business School.

Giulia Biselli
Associate Consultant

Giulia has  several years of experience working with different stakeholders from both the public and private sector, across a range of sectors, in diverse regions across the world. She started her career working on external relations for private companies in Italy and China and she has then served different Italian governmental and military entities as an analyst and as part of diplomatic delegations.  

Giulia has  several years of experience working with different stakeholders from both the public and private sector, across a range of sectors, in diverse regions across the world. She started her career working on external relations for private companies in Italy and China and she has then served different Italian governmental and military entities as an analyst and as part of diplomatic delegations.  
Prior to founding BST Impact, she worked for an NGO on developing, executing and monitoring tools and assessment mechanisms to investigate potential social and human rights risks in companies’ supply chains, in a multitude of countries. She has an extensive experience in monitoring and evaluating human rights aspects of projects and processes, and a very practical approach to measure impacts and setting realistic indicators, goals and priorities grounded on a norms-based approach.

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