"To deal with the impacts of climate change we must address the dynamics and interaction between science and policy. For effective adaptation to take place it is important to tackle not only the fundamental gaps in research and the uncertainties related to climate change, but to also understand how this feeds into decision-making and how such barriers can be overcome".
- Received a BSc in Environmental Science from the University of Manchester in 2011, and a MSc in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment from University College London (UCL) in 2014.
- Spent 2 years in China assisting on climate change and economic research for the International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR) in Beijing, (2011 - 2013) predominantly focusing on the economic analysis of tropical bamboo plantations and their application for climate change mitigation and carbon credits. Previously assisted on the ECONADAPT project on the economics of climate change adaptation at BC3.
- Main focus areas include climate change adaptation and environmental and resource economics, and will be working on the European H2020 funded project RESIN - Climate REsilient CitieS and INfrastructure, as a PhD student and research assistant.