Green Element’s Senior Sustainability and Energy Analyst, Emma has six years’ experience in the environmental and charitable sector, covering all levels from volunteer to trustee, consolidated by 15 years’ corporate experience across investment banking, publishing and IT.
GHG and carbon accounting specialist, as well as expert in quantitative analysis methodology and modelling applied to the management of energy and other natural resources. Author of prize-winning web-based program for calculating energy use and greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture with Forum for the Future and the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group. Researcher and co-author of report on global natural resource management for the European Report on Development 2011: ‘Confronting scarcity: Managing water, energy and land for inclusive and sustainable growth’.
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