Henry Unwin

Project Manager

Henry joined Bioregional in 2013 and brought with him three years’ experience of leading sustainability programmes for local authorities, charities and an environmental start up.

Henry works with the Regions and Communities team to develop and deliver a range of sustainability projects with our partners across the UK from Brighton to Middlesbrough. Henry manages projects across the organisation including research for the European Commission and an Environmental Engagement Strategy engagement for the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC). Recently Henry has worked on embodied carbon and Life Cycle Assessments, sustainability assessments for proposed developments and currently manages the Good Woods project, a corporate partnership project aimed at bringing more UK woodlands back into active management.

Prior to joining Bioregional Henry worked at Northamptonshire County Council where he managed the world’s first Schools Carbon Trading Scheme and built numerous cross-sector partnerships to deliver sustainability programmes. He holds a degree in Environmental Anthropology at Durham University. When he is not at work Henry enjoys local and sustainable food and drink, escaping to his native Cumbria and exploring the British countryside on foot or bike.


Blog posts by Henry Unwin

Natural Capital: is it worth all the fuss?

Today we see the launch of the UK Government’s Natural Read More