Hannah Sherwood

Hannah has a background in climate change and environmental policy. Previous research has involved collaboration with British tea and coffee suppliers Bettys and Taylors Group, to assess the impact of the tea industry on localised deforestation in rural Malawi, using remotely sensed satelite imagery. 

For her PhD Hannah will be continuing to work with Bettys and Taylors and is interested in the role of commercial products on deforestation and its interaction with the climate energy nexus in developing countries.

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United Bank of Carbon is a not-for-profit collaboration between businesses and environmental scientists, which protects and restores forests and other greenery, through environmentally and socially-responsible partnerships with local communities. We undertake research, support forest and woodland projects in the UK and the tropics that deliver CSR/PR benefits, provide carbon reduction advice, and help to arrange compensation for unavoidable carbon emissions