Kirsten May Consultant


I support international emissions inventory projects and undertake air quality assessments

Kirsten May, Consultant

Kirsten has a keen interest in geographical information systems and their application to greenhouse gas emissions and air quality data. Kirsten graduated from the University of Bristol with a BSc in Geography, where she specialised in the application of climate data to different spatial modelling systems.

Current project work includes undertaking air quality assessments for developers, utilising her experience with GIS and ADMS dispersion modelling. Additionally, she is currently supporting projects compiling emissions inventories, reporting ESD emission trends, examining the links between social deprivation, air quality and noise and developing a database of the co-benefits climate change mitigation and adaptation.

Outside of the workplace Kirsten enjoys exploring new places and socializing with family and friends.

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  • Geographical Information Systems
  • spatial modelling
  • ADMS dispersion modelling

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