Megan MacGillivray


Megan works in 3Keel’s Agriculture and Landscapes Business Unit, developing guidance for companies on engaging with their agricultural supply chains to balance food production with co-benefits for carbon and nature. For our Landscape Enterprise Networks (LENs) programme, Megan is involved in Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV), selecting MRV providers, contributing to thinking about allocation of outcomes to funders, and developing the MRV system for BVCM funders.

Megan holds an MBiol in Biological Sciences from the University of Oxford, where she gained an interest in sustainable and climate-resilient natural landscapes. For her dissertation, she conducted a systematic review on the impact of nature-based solutions in mountain ecosystems on climate change adaptation, and the co-benefits these interventions can provide for biodiversity, local communities and climate change mitigation.

During her time at Oxford, Megan worked as a researcher, co-authoring a paper examining the biodiversity impacts of nature-based solutions, and as part of a student consultant team for non-profits. She has also worked at the Stockholm Environment Institute managing their climate change adaptation online platform, enabling practitioners to spread knowledge and important lessons learnt.