PwC UK has appointed David Langlands as specialist adviser on food and agriculture in its sustainability and climate-change practice.
Langlands has previous experience in the strategic planning of sustainable development as well as other sustainability schemes such as looking at the potential of generating energy from foodstuffs.
In his new role, Langlands will be working to support clients in the agriculture and food supply business sectors.
“British companies can no longer consider themselves isolated from the global issues of food, energy and water security,” Langlands said.
“Worldwide, governments are reappraising the value they place on their natural resources, giving UK businesses new responsibilities and a huge opportunity to get involved in the debate.”