Reducing Agriculture’s Environmental Impacts Through Diverse Producers

Joseph Poore
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Joseph Poore | Research Fellow
Advances in agriculture have been the backbone of humanity’s incredible progress. At the same time, food production is a dominant force in global biodiversity loss and environmental degradation.

I am interested in furthering our understanding of the environmental impact of agriculture, and in building policy and consumer interventions to mitigate this impact. I graduated with an MA and MPhil in Land Economy from the University of Cambridge, where I now run their annual Denman Lecture series. Following this I worked for 4 years at a leading strategy consultancy on projects addressing resource allocation, growth and profitability.