Courtney McCorstin is a Principal Consultant in the Climate Risk and Nature Practice where she focuses on climate and nature risk with experience in water risk assessments, greenhouses gas inventories, science-based target setting, and climate strategy. Courtney has led the development of internal tools, most notably Anthesis’ carbon pricing tool, and adapted the approach to scenario analysis modelling. Previously, Courtney spearheaded the sustainability department for an agricultural tech start-up as their sustainability manager. She received her Master’s in business and environmental management at Duke University where she focused her studies on the intersection between corporate strategy and the preservation of natural resources. Courtney also has a Bachelor of Science in wildlife biology, water resource management and sustainability from the University of Georgia.
Adrian is credited with authorship of a number of articles published in scientific journals and scientific conference presentations.