Analyst, Natural Climate Solutions
Britta Dosch works with the Natural Climate Solutions team to advance jurisdictional scale tropical forest protection that directly benefits indigenous peoples and local communities.
She recently contributed to the EDF's Climate 411 blog about unlocking the planet-saving potential of crediting natural climate solutions.
Britta previously worked for a DC-based climate policy think-tank on a range of issues including energy, waste, and transport policy. She attended graduate school to shift her focus to natural climate solutions as they have enormous value from climate, biodiversity, and cultural perspectives, among others. She is a member of the International Society of Tropical Foresters.
Britta holds a Master's degree in Environmental Management from the Yale School of the Environment and a Bachelor of Arts with honors in International Relations from Boston University.
Devyani Singh, Britta Dosch, Christine Gerbode, Suzi Kerr, Julia Paltseva, Doria Gordon, Eric Holst, Kristin Kleisner, Gökçe Akin-Olçum, & Jason Funk. “Advancing effective and equitable crediting for Natural Climate Solutions: An Introduction.” EDF discussion paper.