Andika Putraditama is the Sustainable Commodities & Business Manager at WRI Indonesia. Working closely with WRI's global commodities team, he manages WRI Indonesia's effort to drive sustainability within agricultural commodities supply chains that are linked to deforestation. In this role, he shapes strategic partnership with key private sector stakeholders to support their sustainability commitments through the implementation of One Map initiative and better land use monitoring.

Prior to rejoining WRI Indonesia as the Sustainable Commodities & Business Manager, he spent nearly four years with the World Resources Institute (WRI) as Research Analyst. During his previous tenure at WRI, he worked extensively on national policy discussion and technical consultation on the field of sustainable land use, forestry, and sustainable palm oil issues. In 2012, he led the implementation of POTICO, a project designed to embrace sustainable palm oil by diverting new plantation into low-carbon land in Indonesia. He was also part of a global team developing WRI's flagship project, the Global Forest Watch.

Before WRI, he served as Program Director for National Institute for Democratic Governance, a think-tank dedicated to the the improvement of good parliamentary governance in Indonesia. He briefly served as an expert staff to the Deputy Speaker of the Indonesian House of Representatives on issues relevant to the Indonesia-United States caucus.

He received his Master of Science in Forestry from the School of Forestry at Northern Arizona University, and is an awardee of USAID/CIFOR Master's Degree Fellowship. He received his Bachelor of Political Science from the International Relations Department at Parahyangan Catholic University.

Andika is a technology enthusiast and has a keen interest in politics and parliamentary governance. He occasionally writes articles about Indonesia's current affairs on his personal blog, and travels in his leisure time.