Daphne Yin is a Consultant at Indufor who advises on policy, investment, and community-based solutions to strengthen environmental and social governance of rural landscapes. Her current work centers around natural capital valuation, lending and certification standards, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and land tenure risk mitigation. She recently collaborated with the Omidyar Network and the Foundation for Ecological Security to co-develop a rural valuation tool to support smallholder forestry and silvopasture in India. Previously, she covered carbon markets at Forest Trends, producing industry-wide market analysis across forestry, agriculture, and energy sectors. Other prior experience includes climate change adaptation planning, and research on incentives and performance metrics for reforestation, sustainable forest management, and sustainable cropland and rangeland management. She holds a Master's in Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and a Bachelor's in Political Science from the University of Chicago.