Claire Healy is Director of E3G's Programme on Climate Diplomacy, Risk and Security.
Claire in the media
Claire works on international cooperation, the energy transition and financial diplomacy.
Her role focuses on making the case and providing concrete opportunities for countries to cooperate for faster climate action.
Part of Claire’s responsibility is working with the UK, EU, US and other allies to promote cooperative geopolitics and concrete initiatives. Claire and her team are working on making climate a key part of the COVID-19 geopolitical and global governance agenda through ambitious plans spanning the G7 and G20, international finance institutions and the Convention on Biological Diversity. They are also working on landing a successful UN Climate Change Conference, COP26 in 2021.
Prior to working at E3G, Claire worked in International Affairs at the US Department of Energy. Former roles include International Director for Al Gore’s Alliance on Climate Protection, Head of Delivery for Mayor of Los Angeles and Head of Policy for the British Labour Party.
Claire has post-graduate degrees from Harvard’s Kennedy School and LSE.
Claire loves hiking in nature and reading the New Yorker, especially the cartoons.