Friday 6 May
Anne Mottet is a livestock development officer with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. She holds a MSc in agronomy and a PhD in Agro-ecosystems and has close to 20 years of experience in supporting policy makers and stakeholders for the transition to sustainable food systems. She has developed tools and carried out analysis and global assessments on topics related to livestock and animal products, natural resources, climate change and agroecology.
Anne is a published author (over 4,000 citations), an elected member of the Scientific Advisory Board of The Joint Programming Initiative on Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change (FACCE-JPI) and an invited reviewer of IPCC reports and guidelines. Anne is currently coordinating a program of work providing technical support and guidance to countries and International Funding Institutions such as World Bank and IFAD on low carbon livestock development. She is also co-leading a program of work on technical support for a transition to sustainable food systems using a multicriteria assessment tool called TAPE, the Tool for Agroecology Performance Evaluation.