Kathryn Maloney is the Interim Director of the Forest Carbon and Climate Program (FCCP) in the Forestry Department. She is also responsible for designing and launching the FCCP private sector program to build knowledge, facilitate partnerships, and catalyze opportunities in the business community related to the potential of forests and forest products as climate solutions. Her projects include exploring the potential of blockchain technology in Harvested Wood Product traceability and carbon tracking and supporting the Forest + Climate Visualization Partnership. This partnership, in collaboration with The Climate and Applied Forest Research Institute at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (CAFRI at SUNY ESF), focuses on creating immersive visual experiences such as renderings, videos, and virtual reality simulations to educate people about the relationship between forests and climate. Kathryn's areas of expertise include stakeholder engagement, knowledge transfer, and policy analysis.
Cooper, L., Maloney, K., Sutton, A., Beresford, E., & Gadoth, D. 2022. 1t.org US Inaugural Summit Report: A Summary of Key Findings. 1t.org |US.
Hughes, S., Maloney, K., Kaczmarek, A., Newberry, H., & Wallace, E. 2021. Addressing the Links Between Poverty, Housing and Water Access and Affordability in Detroit. Poverty Solutions at the University of Michigan.
Maloney, K. 2020. Sustainable street initiatives help U.S. cities cope with COVID. C2ES.