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WWF works to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife, collaborating with partners from local to global levels in nearly 100 countries.
The Markets Institute strives to create a space where industry leaders, thinkers, experts, and innovators—some of whom may not talk with each other—can work together to connect the dots, share insights, and learn from each other faster. The Institute always welcomes the opportunity to work with individuals, companies, and organizations in a variety of capacities to help move the food sector towards a more sustainable future.
Be Part of Our Work
Whether your organization is interested in supporting the Institute's wider goals, helping guide our work on specific issue areas, developing initiatives with the Institute, or adding your voice to our discussion, we invite you to contact us discuss the best way to work with the Institute.
Thought Leadership Group
The Markets Institute's Thought Leadership Group (TLG) is comprised of diverse global thinkers—including industry leaders, academics, commodity traders, data analysts, financers, and journalists—who are helping us identify and prioritize issues, while providing expertise and insights around our work.
Become an Extrapreneur
Extrapreneurs are change agents who move between companies, organizations, and sectors, functioning like honeybees spreading ideas and solutions from one to another. They help us all learn more quickly by building consensus about big ideas as well as problems. Become an extrapreneur—share your stories and experiences, let us know about interesting projects, research or initiatives that can help inform our work.
Engage with an Institute Expert
The Markets Institute team is as eager to share our insights as we are to learn from others. We always welcome the opportunity to consider participating in discussions, speaking engagements, or other events where we can advance thinking about sustainable food. Email [email protected] to get in touch.