The Wilder Carbon Standards
Wilder Carbon has developed the mechanism for locking up additional carbon through restoration of native habitat via reinstatement of natural processes in the UK.
Meet the Wilder Carbon Technical Standards Board
To provide public and investor assurance that any Wilder Carbon project is being done in the most impactful way in line with best practice, we mobilised a group of independent cross-sectoral experts who have developed the Wilder Carbon Standards. This enables projects to be certified and matched to ethical buyers and investors.
The Standards published here are Version 1 November 2021. They will continue to be improved over time with the Standard Board acting as their guardians to ensure that they are being properly applied, and that they reflect international, emerging high integrity mechanisms.
Director of Operations at Pure Leapfrog
Barbara has background in investment management, green finance and impact investing. She contributes to initiatives on Just Transition, carbon removal and diversity and inclusion.
Climate change lead within Defra, both mitigation and adaptation. Previously led on the development of the Government’s 25 year plan to improve the environment within a generation.
Working in support of a healthy ocean and stable climate, with a particular focus on blue carbon.
Development Director, Blue Marine Foundation
Energy and Carbon Management, developing services supporting clients’ ambitions to achieve Net Zero emissions. Director, Anthesis
Director, Specialist Services and Programmes, Lead Director for Climate Change, Natural England
Sustainability and climate strategy, and programme implementation.
Responsible for setting Net Zero strategy and implementing decarbonisation and carbon removal programmes
Lead on Greater Manchester’s 5 year environment plan and heavily involved with the Biodiversity Net gain and carbon agenda.
Helen oversees GFI's work in mobilising capital into nature. Among the initiatives she works on is the TFND for which the GFI is hosting the Secretariat; finance sector response to the Dasgupta Review; and supporting EA and DEFRA on the NEIRF.
Georgie is an ESG manager for real assets investments at abrdn. She is focused on ensuring integration of Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) aspects in all elements of the investment process to enable both protection and enhancement of investment performance.
A recognised expert, leader and innovator across Packaging, Sustainability and Global Food Supply Chains with over 20 years in-depth knowledge and experience as a key player in packaging and sustainable sourcing across the retail and manufacturing sectors
Acting independently of their current employment*, the Technical Standards Board have been selected due to their extensive experience and alignment with the Wilder Carbon ethos of acting now for nature and the climate crisis, by using the best possible data, in the best possible way.
*Any views expressed by our Technical Standards Board Members in this capacity do not necessarily reflect their respective business or UK Government positions, nor are the Technical Standards Board under any obligation to take the views of these organisations into account.
Speak to our Delivery Team
Our delivery team consists of in-house experts who can talk to you about your Wilder Carbon investment.
- Evan Bowen JonesManaging Director
- Paul HadawayDirector of Conservation
- Lucie BoltonCorporate Partnerships Manager
- Sarah BrownlieProject Manager