Laura Reynolds, Research Associate
Laura Reynolds joined the Worldwatch Institute staff in 2012 and is a staff researcher with the food and agriculture program. Laura has written extensively for the Worldwatch website and has been published in news outlets including the Christian Science Monitor, Inter Press Service, China Daily, the Jakarta Globe, and Kenya’s Daily Nation. She is also the author of Worldwatch Vital Signs reports, including meat production and livestock populations.
Laura received a B.A. in 2010 from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, where she studied Modern History and Philosophy. Laura wrote her senior thesis on the impact of British imperial rule on the forests of India. Laura has completed research internships at the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition and Humane Society International. She has also worked on a goat farm in Oregon, volunteered at a school in Panama, sold produce at farmers markets in Washington, D.C., and apprenticed on an organic vegetable farm in Sperryville, Virginia.