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Kari Hamerschlag

Senior Program Manager

Friends of the Earth

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Friends of the Earth

1100 15th St NW 11th Floor

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20005

United States

Company Description

Friends of the Elderly's vision is a society where all older people are treated with respect and have the opportunity to lead fulfilled lives. As a national charity with over 100 years' experience, we provide support for all older people, particularly those in... more.

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Employment History

Senior Analyst

Environmental Working Group


Nation Campaign Manager

Washington Public Employees Association


National Campaign Manager

Transfair


Affiliations

Children's Rights Alliance for England

Member


CRAE Prioritizes Ag

Member


IDEX Corporation

Board Member


Oakland Food Policy Council

Member


Doodlebit , LLC.

Member


Catalyst Commons

Advisor


Education

Masters

Latin American Studies and City and Regional Planning

UC Berkeley


Masters

Latin American studies and city and regional Planning

University of California , Berkeley


Masters degrees

Latin American Studies and City and Regional Planning

UC/Berkeley


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Kari Hamerschlag, deputy director of food & technology
Kari Hamerschlag is the deputy director of the food and technology program, based in Berkeley, California. Kari carries out research and implements market and policy campaigns aimed at reforming animal agriculture, protecting pollinators and promoting sustainable, fair, healthy and resilient food and farming systems. Prior to Friends of the Earth, Kari worked for five years as a senior analyst with the Environmental Working Group where she focused on wide range of food and ag issues including the U.S. farm bill, GMOs, climate change, organic agriculture, food security and conservation policy. Kari has done extensive research on the links between food production and climate change and was the lead author of a comprehensive web-based Meateater's Guide to Climate Change and Health, and numerous other blog posts, op-eds and reports. Prior to EWG, Kari worked for many years as a sustainable food policy and fair trade consultant. Kari began her career more than twenty years ago as an organizer, researcher and advocate for socially and environmentally sound development policy, focused in Latin America. Kari has a Masters from UC Berkeley in Latin American Studies and City and Regional Planning. She speaks Spanish, French and some Portuguese.


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We're not going to turn them all into vegetarians or vegans," says Kari Hamerschlag, deputy director of food and technology at Friends of the Earth, an international environmental organization.
"But people can have a big impact on health, environment and their wallet by reducing overall meat consumption." Friends of the Earth recently studied how the Oakland, Calif., school district's two-year commitment to reduce meat and dairy consumption in school lunch affected the environment. The group found that limiting meat, poultry and cheese over two years shrank the district's carbon footprint by a whopping 14 percent and saved 42 million gallons of water, the amount required to fill 63 Olympic-sized swimming pools-significant for a rain-strapped state like California. "While our study focused on school food, it's clear that meat and cheese reduction is a powerful climate-mitigation strategy for all restaurants and institutions that want to reduce their environmental impact," says Hamerschlag.


In-N-Out Burger commits to eliminating overuse of antibiotics in beef - Culination Magazine

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"In-N-Out Burger's recent statement is an important step forward," said Kari Hamerschlag, senior program manager at Friends of the Earth.


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Kari Hamerschlag, deputy director of the Food and Technology program at Friends of the Earth, made the following comment:


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"It's exciting to see how investor and consumer pressure have inspired major restaurant companies, including McDonald's and Subway to curb antibiotics in their meat supply," said Kari Hamerschlag, deputy director at Friends of the Earth's food and technology program.


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