Based in New York City, Christine partners with scientists and public and private sector decision makers to address environmental sustainability and food security in the context of climate change. She serves as Climate Bonds’ lead specialist for Land Use and Marine sectoral criteria development.
In partnership with a diverse set of international research, philanthropic, and finance organizations, Christine develops knowledge resources and identifies best practices to support climate change mitigation and adaptation, food and nutritional security, and agricultural value chain development. With more than 30 publications related to technical, policy, and market dimensions of sustainability, her projects emphasize multi-objective management of complex, productive landscapes in various regions of the world.
She holds Ph.D (soil chemistry) and master’s (natural resources planning) degrees from the University of Vermont and a bachelor’s degree (government studies) from Wesleyan University.