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Posted on: 28.03.14 (Last edited) 28 March 2014

In agricultural landscapes, a wide range of stakeholders influence and benefit from biodiversity and ecosystems. Credit: Martin Hardiano/FFI.

In agricultural landscapes, a wide range of stakeholders influence and benefit from biodiversity and ecosystems. Credit: Martin Hardiano/FFI.

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Kristi is a recent addition to the Fauna & Flora International (FFI) Communications team, on a one-year assignment as Communications Officer (Business & Biodiversity). With a BSc in Earth Science, she has experience in geological surveys in western Canada and biodiversity surveys in the forests of Chiapas, Mexico. Most recently she worked as a consultant for the World Agroforestry Centre, where she communicated climate change research to a broad audience, including at the 18th session of the Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC. In her current role, she supports FFI’s Business & Biodiversity and Environmental Markets programmes to communicate work that bridges business, economics and conservation.

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