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Author: Kerrigan Unter


More frequent wildfires are damaging grapes in California. Wineries are sourcing grapes from more vineyards to reduce risk – and it’s paying off.


  • Chelsea Hicks-Webster

    Hi, I’m Chelsea. I have a Masters degree in Sustainability, where I studied ecosystem health. I'm also a Certified Life Coach. I used to be the Operations Manager for NBS, but now I just focus on my favourite part of that job – the writing! I also run a social enterprise, called Creating Me, dedicated to strengthening maternal and family well-being. I know first-hand how difficult it can be to balance career goals, impact, and one’s own well-being. When I’m not working on my own impact goals, I offer executive coaching and writing support to help researchers and change-makers grow their impact and well-being. (creatingme.ca/sustainability).

  • Kerrigan Unter

    Dr. Kerrigan Unter is postdoctoral research fellow for the Institute for Economy and the Environment at the University of St. Gallen. Her research broadly focuses on the interconnectedness between business and the natural environment. More specifically, she examines the relationship between biophysical conditions, such as climate change, extreme weather, and biodiversity, and business performance and response strategies. She received her Ph.D. in Business Administration with a focus on Strategic Management and Public Policy from George Washington University’s School of Business.

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