Richard Dyer is a Transport and Climate Campaigner for
Friends of the Earth.
He has worked at Friends of the Earth for over 9 years on a range
of transport issues including aviation, rail and local transport.
He played a key role in raising the profile of aviationís impact
on climate change and was part of the team that through
The Big Ask Campaign
successfully secured the UK Climate Change Act. Before Friends
of the Earth he was a debt adviser with Manchester City Council.
He lives in Calderdale, West Yorkshire and enjoys sailing, cycling and singing.
Richard Dyer was on the panel of
Limits to Growth in 21st Century as part of
Phoenix debate programme in August 2010