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Current position: 
Professor of Caribbean Sustainable Development
Current nationality: 
United Kingdom
Current residence: 
Institute for Sustainable Development, University of the West Indies
Anthony Clayton is the Professor of Caribbean Sustainable Development at the University of the West Indies, Visiting Professor at the University of Surrey and Affiliated Scholar at Florida International University. He was formerly a Visiting Professor at the University of Edinburgh, Adjunct Professor at the University of Technology (Jamaica), and an International Associate at the University of St Andrews. He is a Fellow of the Caribbean Academy of Sciences and Distinguished Fellow of the Caribbean Association of Eastern European Trained Professionals. He has over thirty years of international experience in policy development in national security and policing, energy security, environment and resources, and planning and development. He is the Chairman of the Broadcasting Commission of Jamaica. In 2015 he was awarded Jamaica's Order of Distinction in the rank of Commander.
Sustainable Development Goals: 
7 - Affordable and clean energy
8 - Decent work and economic growth
9 - Industry, innovation and infrastructure
11 - Sustainable cities and communities
16 - Peace, justice and strong institutions
Public policy; national and citizen security; scenario planning and foresighting; energy policy
Past nationality: 
United Kingdom
Place of Birth: 
Edinburgh, Scotland
Country of birth: 
United Kingdom
10-Social and Economic Sciences
Last updated on 09/03/2018