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Julianne Baroody
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What is your name?
What organisation do you work for?
Rainforest Alliance
What country are you based in?
United States
Please summarise your areas of climate-change expertise (in terms of subjects and geographical areas)
forest carbon
What is your telephone number?
207 899 1912
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Which languages can you give interviews in?
English, Spanish
What is your website address?
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Julianne Baroody is the Coordinator of the Rainforest Alliance’s cross-divisional climate initiative. The initiative supports climate-related activities in each of the organization’s sustainable agriculture, tourism and forestry divisions, maintaining strict scientific rigor and
helping to ensure that new incentives for mitigating and avoiding climate change compliment efforts to enhance sustainable production.

Julie formerly worked in the Office of the President at the Rainforest Alliance, which is an international non-profit environmental organization with headquarters in New York. In this position, she facilitated the development of new initiatives (including the climate initiative), coordinated outreach to partners, presents at conferences and universities, and managed the
President’s office.

Prior to joining the Rainforest Alliance in 2005, Julianne taught Spanish literacy to children on a coffee farm in the Dominican Republic and created materials for programs and fundraising at the Marine Environmental Research Institute in Blue Hill, Maine. She has also lived abroad in Greece and Peru.

Julianne graduated from Middlebury College with a BA in International Studies. At Middlebury, Julianne focused on Latin American Studies and Geography and wrote an honors thesis on cultural commodification and Ecuador’s Otavalo

Julianne Baroody's Blog

Forest Carbon Project First in Africa to Comply with Updated Plan Vivo Standard

The Rainforest Alliance has validated the first carbon project in Africa against the 2008 version of the Plan Vivo Standard for community-led land-use carbon projects.…


Posted on March 23, 2010 at 21:00

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