My role involves calculating corporate Greenhouse Gas (GHG) footprints, helping companies set science-based targets (SBTs) on GHG reductions and develop strategies to achieve these, and ensuring our partners achieve a high standard of sustainability data reporting. I am currently working on such projects with Troup Bywaters + Anders (TB+A) in the built environment sector, and major retailer Kingfisher.

Before Bioregional

I worked at the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) at their Oxford office, involved in climate change mitigation policy research as part of the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme. I also have experience in data management and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) at the Thames Valley Environmental Records Centre (TVERC).

I recently gained a distinction for my MSc in Environmental Policy and Management at the University of Bristol. My dissertation focused on the institutional barriers and enablers to climate action among UK local government, which I conducted in collaboration with UK100, who support a network of local authorities that have pledged ambitious action on the agenda.

When I'm not at work

You might see me out on a hike, running, or on a football pitch doing a poor impression of my Manchester United idols. I love scuba diving, snowboarding (despite all the faceplanting), learning languages and playing bass.