Manager, Climate-Smart Agriculture
Vincent Gauthier works with farmers, agricultural organizations and food companies, conducting research on financial mechanisms and policies for boosting climate resilience in U.S. agriculture. Vincent also conducts research on forest climate policy.
Before joining EDF, Vincent worked as project manager for the Health is Everyone's Business initiative at the United Nations Global Compact in New York.
- Masters of Environmental Management, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University
- BA, Biology, The College of Wooster
- Innovative state-led efforts to finance agricultural conservationPublished: September 10, 2019
Agricultural banks expect climate change to pose financial risks. Here are five strategies to help them adapt.
March 21, 2023
New analysis shows cover crops and no-till reduce crop insurance claims
March 2, 2023
Major banks are setting climate targets. What the agricultural finance sector needs to know.
December 14, 2022
Replicable revenue streams can help natural infrastructure projects receive State Revolving Fund financing
November 30, 2022
Small North Carolina farms find profitability in climate resilience
March 29, 2022
How banks can move toward net zero agriculture portfolios
February 24, 2022
New program sheds light on cover crop financials with big data
November 10, 2021
How a data-driven approach makes profitable on-farm conservation possible
June 10, 2021
How financial data can bridge the investment gap to scale soil health
May 25, 2021
Cargill and Soil Health Institute find farmer experience with soil health pays off. Here’s how.
April 16, 2021