Emma Eatough


Emma joined 3Keel as a Consultant in the Climate Change practice area with a passion for environmental sustainability on many fronts.

Emma is working with the climate team to calculate carbon footprints, providing clients with the information they need to reduce their impact. Emma is also working on biodiversity strategies and has a passion for the UK’s biodiversity. Emma’s research background in biology and ecology has given her the data handling skills needed to work with footprinting data, as well as the ability to assist with biodiversity work in other practice areas.

Prior to joining 3Keel, Emma worked as a communications manager at a marine conservation charity, gaining valuable experience in the UK’s NGO sector and strengthening her science communication skills. Her experience in science communication started through her work with Oxford Plan Bee, working as a Bee Walk Host, educating the public on the importance of wild bees. Emma’s research background also lies in bee and pollination biology, doing research in this area during her Master and Undergraduate degrees, and also spending a summer as a research assistant at the Goulson Lab of Bumblebee Ecology and Conservation at Sussex University. Emma holds a Master’s of Research in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation from Imperial College London and a BA (Hons) in Biological Sciences from the University of Oxford.

Outside of work Emma loves to be on her road bike finding green spaces, looking after her large collection of plants or socialising in the pub with friends.