Since I joined Bioregional in February 2019, I have supported Kingfisher as it prepares for annual sustainability reporting. This includes collating, reviewing and analysing qualitative and quantitative sustainability data.
I have also helped our new partner, Simplyhealth, develop its sustainability strategy through analysis of its current policies and practices against the Sustainable Development Goals and Bioregional’s One Planet Living framework. This has involved delivering workshops with employees and conducting research.
I have experience in the environmental and sustainability fields at both national and international level. I have worked for the United Nations Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Bonn, Germany, including supporting international climate change negotiations. I have also worked for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) in the food science team during these intense Brexit times.
I like swimming, cycling and running and during the summer I attempt to do all three in triathlons. My biggest sustainability contradiction is that I like Brutalist architecture – you just can’t beat concrete!