Senior Research Associate - Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment; Chief Strategy Officer & Lead Scientist, Natural Capital Project
Academic Research Staff
Natural Capital Project
Ecosystem Services and Conservation
Anne Guerry leads the Natural Capital Project's marine work. She oversees the ongoing improvement and expansion of the marine InVEST tool and coordinates its application in diverse contexts worldwide. As part of the Leadership Team, Anne helps ensure that we are effectively achieving our strategic goals. Beyond nature's benefits, Anne's primary research interests are in community ecology, rocky intertidal systems, and ecosystem-based management. She received her PhD in Zoology from Oregon State University, her MS in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Maine, and her BA in Environmental Studies and English from Yale University. She has a lifelong love of the sea and believes that making explicit connections between human activities and their impacts on the full suite of nature's benefits can inform management decisions and yield better outcomes for the environment and for society.
Selected Publications by this Author
Green Infrastructure Benefits: Location is Key (PDF/821.23 KB) »
Brief: Incorporating Natural Capital into Decision-Making (PDF/2.71 MB) »
News & Press Releases
By Stacey Solie,
Senior Fellow Gretchen Daily emphasizes that, in natural capital accounting, economics are just part of a complex balance sheet that also considers cultural, educational, community values. Anne Guerry, Woods Academic Research Staff and Chief Strategy Officer & Lead Scientist at the Natural Capital Project discusses the progress natural capital accounting has made in the past decade.
By Anna Lieb,