Britain Richardson is a sustainability expert with a background in applied environmental science. She uses her in-depth knowledge of both organizational management and physical science to identify strategic advantages for her clients through environmental action. Britain currently specializes in sustainability data analysis, metrics development, and model creation, with an emphasis on informed decision-making. Her most recent work includes organizational carbon accounting and reporting, a comprehensive water risk analysis, and a materiality assessment and stakeholder engagement process for determining sustainability priorities.
Before joining Cascadia, Britain performed sustainability management work for Organic Valley, a national farmer cooperative. She also spent three years as a research associate at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, focusing on the chemistry of carbon dioxide in seawater. Britain received her Master of Environmental Management degree from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, where she specialized in Business and the Environment.