A new COP26 decision for long-term strategies: what’s in it for LDCs?
Blog, 31 May 2021
Gabrielle has a strong background in international climate politics and the UN climate negotiations, as well as climate diplomacy. She is interested in national-level implementation of climate commitments, especially with regard to long-term low-carbon, climate-resilient strategies.
Gabrielle was formerly an associate with the Climate Briefing Service (based at the European Climate Foundation and the World Resources Institute). She supported strategy development and political analysis to assess progress of international climate change politics and the UN climate negotiations.
Previously, she worked on a range of climate change and sustainable development issues as a policy analyst at the International Telecommunication Union, research support at the National Wildlife Federation, an intern at UNEP’s Regional Coordinating Unit in Jamaica, and a research fellow at the University of Central Florida.
MSc in Nature, Society and Environmental Policy, University of Oxford (2013); BSc in Environmental Studies (summa cum laude), minor in International and Global Studies, University of Central Florida (2012); BA in French (summa cum laude), University of Central Florida (2012)