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Tanguy Tomes
Consultant
My bread and butter is building quantitative models to support ambitious climate policy, but I’m also interested in the impact and integrity of green finance. You can find me at gigs after hours.

Tanguy is based in Eunomia’s Bristol office and works across the policy and waste operations teams, specialising in projects addressing the climate crisis. He is a highly skilled data analyst and uses his scientific understanding of diverse environmental topics to provide insightful research and modelling to the clients he works with.

Recent Experience

Tanguy is an accomplished modeller, putting his natural numeracy skills to good use in a number of public sector projects, both local and national.

At a national level, Tanguy has been heavily involved in developing climate policy for Malta and New Zealand. This has comprised input both in the research and shortlisting of possible measures as well as their assessment in terms of cost-effectiveness and scale of potential emissions reduction. More locally, he has been instrumental in shaping Eunomia’s offer of climate-related work for local authorities, building a mitigation tool for local authorities and contributing to conversations around creative delivery mechanisms.

In the waste sector, Tanguy has worked on multiple high-impact projects for Welsh Government, generating the evidence used to inform country-wide policy decisions. Notably, he led the design and construction of a model used in a Regulatory Impact Assessment addressing the future of Welsh commercial waste. Tanguy is also a member of the growing Green Finance team. He recently conducted a review of all global green investments, highlighting areas of historic growth and opportunities for future diversification.

Tanguy is also very active internally, contributing to Isonomia where he can and helping to ensure that Eunomia delivers upon its commitment to walk the talk.

Career History

Tanguy joined Eunomia after graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Sciences with first class honours from the University of Bath. His time at Bath included a year of practical research within the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies where he developed a new synthetic route to a suite of novel plastics using sugar and carbon dioxide as sustainable feedstocks; an area of research closely allied to the circular economy agenda.

Whilst at university, Tanguy was also heavily involved in the environmental society, co‑ordinating a successful divestment campaign and organising the first environment-focussed careers evening on the university campus.