Emily Moberg is a Research Lead Specialist in the World Wildlife Fund’s Markets Institute, focused on Scope 3 Carbon Measurement and Mitigation. She is an expert in mathematical modeling, with an emphasis on optimization and decision analysis applied to couple human-environmental systems. In this role, she has worked on commodities ranging from coffee to tuna to soy. Emily received her PhD in biological oceanography from the Joint Program between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. She has researched topics ranging from the ecological and economic impacts of climate change on fisheries to marine metacommunity studies, image processing algorithms for phytoplankton, and environmental risk analysis.