Knowledge for better food systems

Member Snapshot Series: Sarah Hill

FCRN member Sarah Hill recently completed her MA in International Relations and Environmental Policy at Boston University.  She wrote her thesis on the contribution of livestock to climate change in the UK, focusing on the demand side issues of waste and livestock product consumption, and the policies and initiatives used by both government and other bodies like NGOs for tackling these.  She currently works at the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer Range Future in Boston, MA, where she is researching the impact of the food chain on climate change globally. Sarah also holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical and Process Engineering and has had a varied career working in fast-moving consumer goods, pharmaceutical, and financial services industries in New Zealand and the UK.

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