Shane Tomlinson

Deputy CEO

Shane Tomlinson is the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of E3G. His role focuses on leading E3Gs work on political economy and governance, including the development of its political economy mapping methodology (PEMM), scenarios and the response to Brexit. 

Shane Tomlinson
E3G London Office

Shane also oversees the development of E3Gs network of offices, its communication team and processes for learning and integration.

Shane holds a number of external appointments and currently serves as a board member of Greener UK and the advisory group for the All-Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group.

Prior to joining E3G Shane was a Senior Research Fellow at Chatham House where he published research on the future of the European Energy Union, Brexit, stranded assets and the future of the international climate regime. He also worked as a Policy Adviser in the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit working on energy policy, sustainable consumption and production issues and the design and launch of the Extractives Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) at the World Summit on Sustainable Development.

Shane holds an MPA from Princeton University, an MSc in Economic History from the London School of Economics and a BSc in Economics and Economic History from the University of Bristol.

Shane also oversees the development of E3Gs network of offices, its communication team and processes for learning and integration.

Shane holds a number of external appointments and currently serves as a board member of Greener UK and the advisory group for the All-Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group.

Prior to joining E3G Shane was a Senior Research Fellow at Chatham House where he published research on the future of the European Energy Union, Brexit, stranded assets and the future of the international climate regime. He also worked as a Policy Adviser in the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit working on energy policy, sustainable consumption and production issues and the design and launch of the Extractives Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) at the World Summit on Sustainable Development.

Shane holds an MPA from Princeton University, an MSc in Economic History from the London School of Economics and a BSc in Economics and Economic History from the University of Bristol.

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