Emma is the Funding Development Officer at the Carbon Tracker Initiative, acting as a first point of contact for funders who support our operations. Emma has worked in the voluntary, not-for-profit, private and public sectors with over 6 years’ experience in the field of sustainability including in education and transport, specialising in implementation of processes to support project delivery, coordination and fund raising.

Emma holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from the University of Sheffield and a Master of Science degree in Environmental Management from Sheffield Hallam University. She has spent a lot of her time volunteering including as a core member for Scotland’s 2050 Climate Group, a collection of young professionals across Scotland who share a commitment to actively engage in climate change adaptation and mitigation to help UK transition to a low carbon economy and significantly cut carbon emissions by the target years of 2020 and 2050.