Meet Andy

Andy Pag: Speaker, Facilitator & Host

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 Thoughtful and entertaining; Andy Pag is constantly reconciling opposing pressures with a passion for sustainability and a love of big engines.  

Andy Pag spent two years driving around the world powered by used cooking oil in an old school bus he salvaged from a scrap yard and turned into a home using reclaimed materials. This journey was part of a series of experimental expeditions searching for a way to travel sustainably.  Andy has driven a chocolate-powered lorry to Timbuktu in Mali, the world's first carbon negative expedition. And he organised the ‘Grease to Greece’ rally for cars fuelled on restaurant scraps.

Andy is a popular speaker on sustainability and clients appreciate his passion, knowledge and humour at after dinner talks, conference keyntoes and educational talks.

‘The feedback I had from both your presentations was incredibly positive – it really makes a difference for our visitors to hear about something truly inspirational.’  

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Andy enjoys the role of host and facilitator at conferences, seminars and meetings where he can draw on his experience as a former BBC journalist to engage with key issues and lead panels to focus on relevant questions for each event.

An engineer and award-winning investigative journalist, Andy's spirit of adventure led to twelve years of heading up vehicle-based expeditions to remote part of Africa and the Sahara Desert until he was inspired to change the elements of his life that were unsustainable.  He experimented with alternative ways of powering his overland journeys. 

Andy’s entertaining talks explore how each experimental eco-adventure has taken him closer to understanding exactly what sustainability really means and ever more clues on how to achieve it.


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