Mark Everard
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Dr Mark Everard’s
environmental and sustainable development associations


Mark has also made contributions via radio, television and film.  For example, Mark has written a regular column in the technical magazine 'The Environmentalist' since 2003.

Mark is an Associate Professor of Ecosystem Services at the University of the West of England
Mark is also a Founding Director of the Bristol Avon Rivers Trust
Mark is today a Vice President, Fellow and former Chair of the Institution of Environmental Sciences (the professional association for the environmental sciences), a Fellow of the Linnean Society (the world's oldest extant biological society), and has been a Trustee and Director of the Freshwater Biological Association as well as serving on numerous government advisory panels.  Mark is also a lead co-author for one habitat chapter and a contributor to others of the UK National Ecosystem Assessment.

Mark's interests span a great deal of international development commitments, across five continents and generally pertaining to the freshwater environment and its equitable and sustainable use.