Emily Auckland

UKSSD Network Director

Emily leads Bioregional’s work on the Sustainable Development Goals through UKSSD, and manages Project OPAL.

Emily joined Bioregional in 2014 to help develop new areas of work with our Chief Executive and wider team.

From 2015 she led our advocacy work on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. This resulted in our involvement with the steering group of UK Stakeholders for Sustainable Development and Emily’s position as Network Director and Co-chair.

In addition to this, Emily manages the One Planet Affordable Living Project (Project OPAL), funded by the Joseph Rowntree Charitable.

Before joining Bioregional, Emily worked with various community development NGOs and gained an MSc in Development Studies. She has a Degree in Fine Art and is a former trustee at the Foundation for Democracy and Sustainable Development.

Emily spends her spare time creating contemporary quilts, tending to her garden and enjoying the natural world.



Blog posts by Emily Auckland

Why travelling is never a waste of time

Emily Auckland recently took some time off to travel through Read More

The EAC is right to call out the Government on the SDGs

Emily Auckland shares her thoughts after the launch of the Read More

Dear Prime Minister, we care about sustainable development because…

Through the UK Stakeholders for Sustainable Development (UKSSD) network, Bioregional Read More