Heather Davidson

Heather Davidson has broad experience in research, teaching and consulting. Recently, she worked at the National School of Forestry and Water in Guinea, West Africa, where she trained 15 staff members on carbon sequestration field accounting methodology. Heather also works with rural villages in developing countries to provide access to the necessary tools and resources that villagers need to locally create ╩╗regenerative prosperity.╩╝ She holds a Master of Science in Applied Environmental Geoscience from the University of Tuebingen in Germany. Other recent edification includes courses in climate change adaptation mechanisms at Harvard University, USA and global change studies at the University of Bayreuth, Germany.