Counterfactual Consulting Ltd
Clive Bates has had a diverse career in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. He started out with the IT company, IBM, then switched career to work in the environment movement. From 1997-2003 he was Director of Action on Smoking and Health (UK), campaigning to reduce the harms caused by tobacco. In 2003 he joined Prime Minister Blair’s Strategy Unit as a civil servant and worked in senior roles in the public sector and for the United Nations in Sudan. He is now Director of Counterfactual, a consulting and advocacy practice focussed on a pragmatic approach to sustainability and public health.
- Why is FDA tobacco regulation such a mess?
May 17 2022 2:00 pm
- Panel Discussion & Q&A: Will a regulated environment improve the dialogue on harm reduction
May 17 2022 2:45 pm
- The Endgame Revisited
May 26 10:50 am
- Panel Discussion and Live Q&A: Will the transition to a regulated marketplace be a gamechanger?
May 26 11:35 am