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Meet the Team

The day to day running of HEDON and Boiling Point is carried out by our dedicated team. We welcome enthusiastic volunteers to help maintain the running and growth of HEDON. Email contact at hedon.info if you would like to volunteer with us.


Volunteering is a great way to get involved with HEDON and to gain experience in helping to run an organisation. We are looking for people to help coordinate the running of Boiling Point, plan and attend exciting events such as festivals and conferences, translate articles in to different languages and help build on the cookstove and biodigester databases!


Dr Karabi Dutta

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Boiling Point Editor

Dr Karabi Dutta holds a PhD in Microbiology and has over 15 years experience in monitoring Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), stove testing and household energy and health related projects both in rural households and urban slums in South East Asian countries. She has worked as a technical consultant in household energy and environment related projects for a wide range of government, international and private sector. Karabi has designed and developed projects related to IAQ and health and has experience in project development, planning, resource assessment, community level decision making, monitoring and evaluation of cooking energy solutions related to indoor air pollution and health. She has many international publications and is also a technical reviewer of articles for the following international journals: Energy for Sustainable Development; Biomass and Bioenergy; and recently Boiling Point.

Luc Severi

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Boiling Point Editor

Luc is a development manager with over six years of work experience in renewable and rural energy interventions, primarily for off-grid areas. He started his career with the NGO Rural Energy Foundation in Mozambique and Senegal, and contributed to the process of turning REF into the social business SolarNow. Luc also worked for Save the Children in Liberia, where he implemented renewable energy solutions for the public health sector. He is now working in Belgium as a Project Manager for WorldLoop, an active facilitator in promoting a green and circular economy. Luc holds a Master’s in Commercial Engineering from KULeuven and a MSc Development Management from the London School of Economics.

Adam Creighton

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Boiling Point Editor

Adam is currently the CEO of InStove, based in Oregon, USA. He has been a development professional in the stove world for about 3 years, and before that, spent many years as an international educator and freelance editor/translator. He brings editing and writing experience, as well as renewable energy technology experience to Boiling Point's Editorial Board.

Bree Oswill

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Boiling Point Editor

Bree currently works at Mercy Corps, an international relief and development agency, where she is a member of the Markets, Economic Recovery and Growth team. She is mainly focused upon improving cash transfer and market systems development programs. Bree holds a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Oberlin College. She says, "I’m a generalist with a strong environmental focus, so I’m hoping to bring an outsider's perspective. Plus, I really just love writing and improving how we talk about development work".


Christopher Hughes

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Volunteer

Chris has been involved with HEDON since July 2011, beginning as an intern before moving to Kenya, and on his return further managed IT and communications. He has just finished a master's in Energy and Sustainability, and now works for Morgan Sindall as a graduate engineer in their energy team.

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Page last modified on Sunday July 24, 2016 16:34:12 GMT.
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