383ppm has a specialised team of consultants with backgrounds in environmental engineering, sustainable construction, agriculture and management consultancy. Working alongside our clients these skills enable 383ppm to evaluate GHG emissions, design solutions and implement them.

Amjad Karim

Amjad is an experienced management consultant with business process and carbon emissions modeling expertise. He helps clients gain a clear understanding of their energy usage and carbon emissions before developing abatement options based upon changes to business processes, new technology or sustainable local power generation.

Originally trained with PA Consulting, he has managed several high profile projects for a variety of clients including Transport for London, Royal Bank of Scotland, Homeserve and Barclays.

Amjad holds a Masters in Modeling Biological Complexity from UCL and a Bachelors in Mathematics from Imperial College London

Pete Thompson

Pete has been working in the fresh produce sector for over 10 years. From a farming family, he has developed a broad base of experience within all sectors of the fresh produce industry, both in the production base and in customer facing roles. A committed environmentalist he brings a strong knowledge of sustainability issues to bear on the commercial realities of food production in the 21st century.

Having graduated from the University of Reading with a BSc in Horticulture his roles have encompassed the full spectrum within the sector; for market leader Mack Multiples, serving the multiple retailers, to small companies developing niche lines and bringing them to the marketplace. In today’s global market he has worked overseas and in importing produce. He has considerable hands on experience in the wholesale and food service sector and is Commercial Director of a successful business, growing and marketing fresh produce to leading companies in London’s wholesale markets.

Khalid Kadir

In 2005 and 2006, Khalid served as the Projects Director for the UC Berkeley chapter of Engineers for a Sustainable World. As Projects Director, he oversaw five projects focused on providing technical solutions to social and environmental problems. In 2007 Khalid was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to study water and wastewater treatment in Morocco.

Khalid received his PhD from the University of California at Berkeley in Civil and Environmental Engineering. The focus of his dissertation was pathogen removal in natural water and wastewater treatment systems. In addition to the technical focus of his work, Khalid studies the broader implications of water and wastewater treatment and how these relate to international development and poverty alleviation. In this vein his work focuses on the role of expertise in water related development projects and how "expert" knowledge plays a role in the politics of planning.

James Anwyl

James has 10 years experience in architecture, sustainable construction and project management. With his unique blend of hands-on experience and creativity, he designs and delivers carefully engineered solutions that reduce our clients’ energy usage and GHG emissions.

He has recently completed the design of one of the most innovative zero carbon homes in the UK and has been awarded the Happold Scholarship for Sustainability and Construction, supported by Buro Happold, The Company of Constructors and the Chartered Institute of Building.

James has trained as a BREAM assessor of Industrial and Domestic (CfSH) buildings, has designed and built in-house SAP software and is qualified to install solar thermal and grid connected solar PV.