Callum Murdoch

LLM in International Law and Sustainable Development, University of Strathclyde, 2014;

LLB (Hons) Law, University of Strathclyde, 2013

Callum graduated his LLM in International Law and Sustainable Development in 2014, during which he developed a passionate interest in international development. Throughout his degree, Callum worked on a variety of social, legal and environmental development issues, with a particular focus on illegal wildlife trade and conservation in his dissertation. Previously, Callum studied Scots Law at the University of Strathclyde and has a keen understanding of both the international and domestic legal landscapes. Prior to joining LTS, Callum spent several years supporting hedge fund trading at a leading investment bank, developing comprehensive knowledge of the sustainable investment sector. Callum holds a Certificate of Expertise in Climate Adaptation Finance from the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management and a CFA Society Qualification in ESG Investing.

At LTS, Callum specialises in climate finance and governance projects, especially the monitoring and evaluation of global climate finance programmes. In this role, Callum currently manages and provides climate finance evaluation services to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Services’ Carbon Market Finance Programme, the Department for International Development’s Climate Public Private Partnership, and the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation’s Meta-Evaluation of the Renewable Energy Portfolio. Callum has previously supported climate governance projects, for example managing the delivery of a Feedback and Grievance Redress Mechanism for the forestry sector in Liberia including the development of draft regulations.


  • Feedback Grievance Redress Mechanism
  • Climate Private Public Partnership Programme – Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Meta-evaluation of the Renewable Energy Portfolio
  • Sustainable Sourcing of Soy