At WiseEuropa as an Analyst she is providing qualitative and quantitative socio-economic assessments of European and national public policies at macro- and sectoral-levels, needed to build the foundations for the long-term systemic thinking about climate policy in Poland and broader CEE region.
Her research interests are focused on the topics associated with the following themes: financing the transition to a low-carbon economy; long-term climate strategies and decarbonization pathways; energy sector and low-carbon economy: socio-economic implications of the low-carbon transition; sustainability and innovation.
She has provided analytical and technical support for the members of the European Commission’s Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance and worked on projects with a diverse set-up, ranging from large-scale, multi-partner projects (e.g. TEG, the EU Horizon:2020’s COP21: Ripples), through middle-sized initiatives (e.g. the EUKI’s Landscape of Climate Finance, Climate Recon 2050 and Climate-KIC projects) to internal policy briefs.
She is a graduate from Imperial College London specialising in Environmental Economics and Policy (MSc), as well as an MSci graduate from the University of Southampton (MSci Ocean, Earth and Climate Science).