Emily uses her quantitative research and modeling background to identify the cutting-edge trends and solutions around climate mitigation in agriculture and aquaculture. Robust measurement of impacts is the foundation of effective mitigation. At WWF, her work has included research on greenhouse gas impacts of commodities ranging from coffee to tuna to beef, and strategic efforts to choose appropriate measurement and accounting tools with industry groups. Emily received her PhD in biological oceanography from the Joint Program between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. She has researched topics ranging from the ecological and economic impacts of climate change on fisheries to marine metacommunity studies, image processing algorithms for phytoplankton, and environmental risk analysis.
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