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As a Project Officer for the Energy (ENE) program at IIASA, Emily manages long-term, EU-funded projects with many international partners from start to finish. Current projects include CD-LINKS (Linking Climate and Development Policies - Leveraging International Networks and Knowledge Sharing), which examines the complex interplay between climate action and development using both global and national perspectives and ENGAGE (Exploring National and Global Actions to reduce Greenhouse gas Emissions), which aims to co-produce knowledge for designing cost-effective, technologically sound, socially acceptable, and politically feasible pathways that can meet the objectives of the Paris Agreement.
Emily combines degrees in statistics, journalism, and environmental studies with more than 15 years of experience with varied government, research, and university organizations. She's used her unique skill set to conduct economic and societal research on weather and climate topics; managed technical, data-driven building energy, alternative transportation, and sustainability projects; and created and implemented scientific communications strategies across all these areas. Her professional passion is translating scientific information into understandable, usable information for the broader community to help bridge the gap between research and policy.
Last update: 02-MAY-2019
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