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Photo of Felix DoddsFelix Dodds

Associate Fellow
felix@felixdodds.net

Felix Dodds is an independent consultant focusing on stakeholder engagement in the sustainable development process. He was the Executive Director of Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future from 1992-2012, and is an Associate Fellow at Tellus. He has been active at the UN since 1990, attending the World Summits of Rio Earth Summit, Habitat II, Rio+5, Beijing+5, Copenhagen+5, and the World Summit on Sustainable Development. He has also participated in all the UN Commissions for Sustainable Development and many UNEP Governing Councils. In 2011, he chaired the 64th UN DPI NGO Conference on Sustainable Societies Responsive Citizens feeding into Rio +20. He co-chaired the NGO Coalition at the UN Commission on Sustainable Development from 1997 to 2001. He has written or edited nine books; his latest book, Only One Earth: the Long Road via Rio to Sustainable Development (2012) with Michael Strauss and Maurice Strong, covers the last forty years and the challenges for the future. He is a member of a number of advisory boards including the Council of Advisors for the Collaborative Institute for Oceans, Climate and Security, Asia-Europe Foundation - ENVforum Steering Committee, and the Great Transition Initiative.

His degree is a BSc in Physics from the University of Surrey.