Areas of expertise
- Carbon, Climate and Risk
- Energy and the Environment
- Environmental Impacts
- Environmental Defence
Clive retired from the Royal Navy in 2008 and joined the Centre for Defence Acquisition at Shrivenham as a lecturer in capability management and sustainability. His service career included two tours in the Ministry of Defence, latterly leading a Capability Planning Group (Surface Effects and Self Defence) and chairing a NATO working group (Maritime Capabilities Group 1 on Above Water Engagement). In 2019 he became an Associate of Cranfield Defence and Security with Recognised Teacher status.
Clive obtained his first degree, a BSc (Hons) in Oceanography via Physics, from Liverpool University in 1978. In 2009, after leaving the Navy, he completed an MSc in Technology (Maritime Operations) with Distinction at Kingston University, and in 2010 he obtained his Postgraduate Certificate in Learning, Teaching and Assessment in Higher Education from Cranfield University.
Clive's teaching role includes:
- Capability and Acquisition series of courses
- Battlespace Technology Course DAPM module
- Defence Acquisition Management MSc DCM module
Clive's research interests focus on the sustainability of military capability through examination of the individual components of capability and future threats to them.
Articles In Journals
- Murgatroyd C (2018) Seven years on: taking stock of the Levene Reforms, Defence Procurement International (Winter 2018/19) 14-21.
- Murgatroyd AC (2014) Sustainable for the Future?, Defence Procurement International (Winter 2014) 43-48.
- Murgatroyd C (2014) Portfolio Management - The Missing Piece in Sustainable Defence Acquisition?, Defence Procurement International (Summer 2014) 25-29.
- Murgatroyd A C (2012) Sustainability in defence acquisition - maintaining the momentum, RUSI Journal, 157 (2) 12-16.
- Murgatroyd A C (2009) Defence and the Arctic - go with the floe?, RUSI Journal, 154 (4) 82-86.
- Murgatroyd A C (2008) Defence in a Changed Climate, RUSI Journal, 153 (5) 28-33.