Carter Ingram

Dr. Jane Carter Ingram is Senior Manager for Climate Change and Sustainability Services at Ernst and Young where she focuses primarily on natural capital measurement tools and strategies. Before joining Ernst and Young, she was the director of the Ecosystem Services program and lead of Science for Nature and People at the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS). In this role and throughout her career,“Carter” has worked with WCS field staff and diverse partners around the world to measure and value the benefits provided by nature to support decision making and to design and implement social, political and financial incentives that promote sustainable development. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from UNC-Chapel Hill, and Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from the University of Oxford, England. Dr. Carter has worked on sustainable development issues in South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the United States. She is an Adjunct Associate Research Scientist at the Center for Environmental Research and Conservation of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, a member of the steering committee for the Center for Environmental Research and Conservation of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, an Adjunct faculty member in the Environmental Studies department at New York University, serves on the Technical Advisory Committee for the United Nations Development Program's Equator Initiative. She has presented her work in numerous articles, book chapters, reports, and documentaries.
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