Savannah Carr-Wilson joined the POLIS Water Sustainability Project in February 2015, and brings an interest in water conservation, law, and governance. In April 2015, she completed her law degree at the University of Victoria, where she specialized in environmental law and sustainability. Savannah’s work with the Water Sustainability Project focused on conducting water policy and law reform research, with a specific focus on supporting the development of regulations under the B.C. Water Sustainability Act. She has worked internationally with the non-profit Welthungerhilfe and the Hamburg Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy, and within Canada at Ecojustice. Prior to law school, Savannah completed her Bachelor of Arts degree at Jacobs University Bremen in northern Germany, where she majored in International Politics and History.