Community-based conservation through carbon finance
Founder and Managing Director. Brodie holds a PhD in Anthropology from Stanford University, where he served as a fellow at the Center on International Conflict and Negotiation while researching rural livelihoods and natural resource management in the Chocó region. He has a Master of Public Health from Johns Hopkins University and has over 10 years of experience working and consulting for international organizations in developing countries.
Director of Business Development. Emily has a Master of Science from the London School of Economics in Environment and Development. A former Fulbright Fellow, she has over 10 years of international development experience in post-conflict countries including Indonesia, East Timor, and the Dominican Republic. She is co-author of the Global Canopy Programme’s Little Climate Finance Book.
Project Coordinator. Mauricio holds a BSc in Forestry from the National University of Colombia and a Master of Science in Anthropology, Environment and Development from University College London, where he was a member the Human Ecology Research Group. Mauricio has worked for over 5 years with rural Colombian communities to achieve social, economic and cultural development based on the sustainable use of their natural resources.