Katie Anderson

Director, Resilient Food and Forests, Raleigh, NC

Area of Expertise: Deforestation, Agriculture, Supply chain, Sustainable Food.

Katie leads EDF+Business’ Resilient Food and Forest team, which aims to reduce deforestation, climate and water impacts from global supply chains. Her team works with the world’s largest food and agriculture companies to find win-win solutions for business and the planet.

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Dairy cows in a field

New report highlights opportunities for meat and dairy companies to create innovative solutions and incentives for meeting climate targets

Companies with beef and dairy in their supply chains can play a critical role in reducing global enteric emissions by creating incentives.

Demystifying the enteric solutions market for food and agriculture companies

New technologies are coming to market that food and agriculture companies can use to reduce methane emissions.

Methane is the climate opportunity food companies can’t afford to miss

Reducing methane now is the fastest way to slow global warming in the near term and a critical part of avoiding the worst of climate change.

With supply chain issues expected to last, companies must go beyond “coping” to fostering resilience

Building more resilient supply chains is a business imperative, especially as the likelihood for more disruption increases.

With COP26 behind us, how should food and agricultural companies tailor their climate strategies?

Takeaways from COP26 for food companies: Foster collaboration, focus on short and long-lived climate pollutants, protect tropical forests.

Not all credits are the same. Here’s what companies need to know.

Until high-quality standards are established for agricultural soil carbon credits, companies should pursue other opportunities to reduce emissions.