Michèle Zollinger is the Quantis expert on accounting for land related emissions and opportunities along corporate supply chains. She has led the development of the Accounting for Natural Climate Solutions Guidance — a robust methodology to effectively measure greenhouse gas emissions from land, forests, and soils in supply chains. This combined with her deep sustainability expertise in different sectors such as food and apparel allows her to support companies in defining effective sustainable strategies integrating land-related considerations into their business and product assessments. As guest speaker at Texworld 2019 and the Harvard Extension School, Michèle has also taught how a science-based metrics approach and circular economy concepts connect and build on each-other. She has a master's degree in environmental management from Yale University.