Anna Peran

Researcher

Anna is a researcher on the Place-based Transitions team, supporting E3G’s Clean Economy programme. She conducts research and analysis for both the UK and EU teams, looking at the buildings stock’s decarbonisation. Her work informs some of E3G’s key campaigns and coalitions.

Anna Peran
E3G London Office
Anna Peran

Anna’s research more specifically supports Electrify Heat – the campaign for clean, safe and affordable heating for British homes today, looking at the deployment of clean heat and energy efficiency across the UK.  

In parallel, she contributes to the EU team’s political economy mapping design and research process, to inform EU member states’ heating and cooling transition.  

Anna holds a BA in Geography from King’s College London, specialising in the geopolitics and science of climate change. She founded King’s College London’s Climate Action Society and led multiple campaigns during her time at university. 

In her spare time, Anna enjoys the outdoors, films and museums, and travelling. She holds a particular interest in Indigenous knowledge and the role Indigenous peoples across the world play in protecting biodiversity. 

Anna’s research more specifically supports Electrify Heat – the campaign for clean, safe and affordable heating for British homes today, looking at the deployment of clean heat and energy efficiency across the UK.  

In parallel, she contributes to the EU team’s political economy mapping design and research process, to inform EU member states’ heating and cooling transition.  

Anna holds a BA in Geography from King’s College London, specialising in the geopolitics and science of climate change. She founded King’s College London’s Climate Action Society and led multiple campaigns during her time at university. 

In her spare time, Anna enjoys the outdoors, films and museums, and travelling. She holds a particular interest in Indigenous knowledge and the role Indigenous peoples across the world play in protecting biodiversity. 

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