Henry recently graduated with an MSci from University College London, where he read Earth and Environmental Sciences. His Masters thesis focussed on a former episode of global climate change during the Eocene epoch and examined coccolithophores as a method of tracking and predicting contemporary global warming. He also studied abroad at the University of Toronto where he was exposed to classes focussing on the principles of efficient energy use in building architecture and environmental design strategies.
Before joining XCO2, Henry worked at the Environment Agency concentrating on the European Water Framework Initiative and volunteered in Nicaragua with Raleigh International to help implement a water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) programme.
Henry has a keen interest in topics such as sustainability and climate change, and regularly volunteers for Olio – collecting and redistributing surplus food from cafés and restaurants in London.