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Dr Lucrezia Tincani joined the FAIRR Initiative in 2023, as the Head of Policy Programmes. She engages with governments, investors, regulators and industry bodies to co-develop policy solutions for building a more sustainable global food system.   

Working at FAIRR 

Lucrezia coordinates all policy work at FAIRR. She provides strategic direction to activities under different policy workstreams and ensures these are implemented in a collaborative manner with other change makers in the sector. FAIRR uses the power of capital markets and the investor voice to push for the policy changes need to build a more sustainable global food system. The policy topics covered include climate finance, agricultural subsidy reform, biodiversity, deforestation, alternative proteins, antimicrobial resistance and working conditions - particularly in the UK, EU, US, East Asia and international policy space. Lucrezia regularly speaks on these topics at high-level events and conferences and engages with on these topics with the media. 

Recently, Lucrezia led the FAIRR delegation at the annual UNFCCC Climate Change Conference held in Dubai in Dec 2023.


Lucrezia is a senior manager and thematic expert. She has been working on agri-food systems for over 15 years, from various angles. Lucrezia has an interdisciplinary background in ecology and behavioural economics, and did her PhD on food security and climate resilience. Before joining FAIRR, she advised both public and private sector players on agriculture, climate change, land use and biodiversity, sustainable livelihoods and just transition, while based at a consultancy firm. She engaged both with governments, bilateral donors and foundations as well as with impact investors and Development Finance Institutions. Through her work, she spent considerable time with smallholder livestock and crop producers in Africa and Asia, building her understanding of the interconnectedness of poverty, environmental degradation and local power and market dynamics. She has designed, implemented and independently-evaluated multi-million-dollar climate and agricultural development programmes, which aimed to improve outcomes for farmers, for the environment, and for policy. She leverages her experience in monitoring, evaluation and learning, and her passion for impact, to catalyse meaningful policy change. 

Lucrezia holds a PhD in International Development, an MSc in Environmental Economics, and an BA in Ecology, from Cambridge University. She lives in Oxford, UK, with her two kids.