Amanda Sauer is a Senior Associate in the Markets and Enterprise Program at the World Resources Institute. For 10 years, Amanda has specialized in research and analysis on the financial impacts of environmental issues on major industries and their supply chains. Her current work assesses water scarcity risks facing food & beverage and power companies in emerging Asia. Amanda has authored and co-authored numerous publications at WRI, including most recently Rattling Supply Chains: The effect of environmental trends on input costs for the fast-moving consumer goods industry and Trees in the Greenhouse: Why climate change is transforming the forest products business. Amanda’s research has been featured in the Economist, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, NPR’s Market Place, the International Herald Tribune, as well as numerous journals and trade publications. Amanda has an Economics degree from Cornell University and a MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University.