Heloise Buckland has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Modern Languages (Oxford University, 1997), a Master’s of Science in Environmental Policy (Imperial College, 2000), and is a Chartered Water and Environment Manager (CEnv). She is co-founder of the cooperative Barcelonya, specialised in developing innovative learning, research and communication services for a more resilient society. Heloise has 13 years’ experience working in education for sustainability in Latin America, Spain and the UK with NGOs, public organisations, universities and business schools. She is one of the founders of the business association Ecoemprenedors and founding editor of the magazine Education and Sustainability. Heloise has collaborated with ESADE in teaching and research on CSR, social innovation and sustainability since 2004.