Elizabeth Lunik is a (senior agricultural) sustainability researcher for food and agribusiness at RaboResearch.
She focuses on topics related to farming practices and economics, sustainability, GHG emissions, and environmental footprinting at RaboResearch. She previously covered Farm Inputs Europe &Africa markets at Rabobank. Before joining Rabobank, she worked for three years at the Thünen Institute of Farm Economics and part of the agri benchmark network where she focused on international farm-level production economics and analysis of alternative management practices to reduce GHG emissions.
Elizabeth studied Agricultural Economics at Purdue University (Indiana).