Elizabeth Sturcken

Managing Director, San Francisco, CA

Area of Expertise: Corporate partnerships and strategy, business and the environment, green supply chain, retail and consumer goods, business strategy to address climate, health and land and water impacts

Elizabeth directs the work of our EDF+Business team working on climate. She has led key EDF partnerships with UPS and FedEx, and currently with Walmart to drive impact in climate, health, ecosystems and oceans. She also leads partnerships with United Airlines and Lyft to reduce emissions and support policies that will lead to a stable climate.

Posts by this author

2020: The year of net zero talk. 2021: The year of action

2020 has been a milestone year for corporate climate leadership, and it has positioned the private sector to raise the bar even further in 2021.

Pathways to Net Zero

Pathways to Net Zero: A Guide for Business

Pathways to Net Zero: A Guide for Business, gives business leaders the clarification needed to accelerate the transition to a sustainable future.

Nine major companies take an ‘open-source’ approach to combat climate change

Why a new business-led initiative has the potential to be truly transformative — and to shift the needle on climate change.

Lyft commits to 100% electric vehicles by 2030. Here’s why it matters.

Here's why Lyft’s new commitment — and its detailed plan to meet the 2030 target — could spark transformative change among business leaders.

A low carbon world requires corporate leadership

The world has only a decade more to cut emissions in half. Will businesses play a role today in helping to solve this problem?

Dear Companies: Your Future Customers And Employees Want Climate Action

These kids are on the frontline. It’s their futures at stake. They’re scared, they’re angry and they’re energized. And they should be on businesses’ radar.