Christopher Doyle

Christopher Doyle

BSc, PGDip

Christopher studied Applied Plant Biology at University College Cork, focusing on sustainable food systems and agroecology.

While at college he completed internships in the licensing department of the Environmental Protection Agency, and in Teagasc’s environmental research station. He also spent a lot of time around the university’s community garden, learning, teaching, and drinking tea. 

After graduating with honours in 2019, Christopher began work with Flynn Furney, where he learned how, when, and why to carry out and present a range of ecological assessments. During the Pandemic in 2020, he went back to study part-time and completed a joint Post-Graduate Diploma in Bioeconomy with Business at Munster Technological University and University College Dublin. 

Since then, he has continued as an ecologist, working primarily as the ecological clerk of works on several large infrastructure projects. Other experience includes the preparation of appropriate assessment and environmental impact screenings, preliminary ecological appraisals, and invasive non-native species management plans, as well as delivering biodiversity talks and guidance to small communities. 

A member of the CIEEM and the IES, Christopher is also a certified JNCC Marine Mammal Observer, first aider, and barista.

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