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Sally Sudworth joins Mott MacDonald as head of sustainability and climate change


Sally Sudworth has joined Mott MacDonald from the UK Environment Agency to become the management and development consultancy’s global head of sustainability and climate change.

At the Environment Agency, she led the net zero carbon strategy for infrastructure and was sustainability lead for flooding and coastal. Previously director for the Low Zero Carbon Hub in Wales, she has a wealth of experience working in both the public and private sector.

Sally will work with Mott MacDonald’s sustainability and climate change leaders to help clients face the climate emergency through creating climate resilient places, as well as supporting the consultancy in extending capabilities around net zero carbon and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Sally Sudworth, Mott MacDonald.

She will also ensure that Mott MacDonald continues to be an inspiring role model through its position papers and This is the Future.

Speaking of her new role, Sally Sudworth said: “I am excited to be joining such a terrific team at a time when there is huge appetite for tackling the climate emergency.

“The taglines #RaceToZero and #RaceToResilience really chime with me and I am confident that Mott MacDonald is extremely well placed to support clients in creating climate resilient communities.”

Sally will continue to sit on a number of industry groups addressing the net zero coalition and climate change agenda, including the UK Institution of Civil Engineers Carbon Project.

Denise Bower, Mott MacDonald.

She also co-chairs the Institute of Asset Management Climate Emergency group and is founder of the Climate Emergency Group at the UK Women’s Engineering Society.

Denise Bower, Mott MacDonald’s executive director for external engagement, said: “We are delighted to welcome Sally to Mott MacDonald.

“She will be instrumental in helping us and our clients play our part in working towards a climate-stable, sustainable future.”


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