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Forest is a Master of Environmental Management candidate specializing in industrial ecology. She’s worked in New York City at the NYC Compost Project, and in Beijing at the Natural Resources Defense Council, Shangrila Farms, and Beijing Energy Network. Born and raised in Kailua Hawaii, she completed her undergrad at Bennington College in Mandarin Chinese and environmental studies. Her work at Yale is focused on food systems and the circular economy: food systems, food waste, and food justice all fascinate her. She’s professionally fluent in Mandarin, a proficient skidsteer and tractor operator, and a novice poet and rock climber.
Having long been a trash nerd, Forest is excited to deep dive into food waste and circular economy research while at YER. Her writing will focus on how food waste reduction can contribute to the fight against climate change.