Ines Benomar is a Researcher in Climate Diplomacy and Risk and Resilience at E3G.
Her work centres around researching and building relationships and coalitions to enable E3G to influence decision-makers to improve their own climate resilience planning and enhance solidarity with climate vulnerable countries to improve climate responses to climate impacts. Her daily tasks include research on loss & damage and adaptation strategies – as well as engaging with EU, UK and US external mechanisms for climate vulnerable country support.
Before joining E3G, she worked as a bluebook trainee at the DG for Climate Action of the European Commission where she focused especially on climate diplomacy and bilateral relations with the MENA region and the external dimensions of the EU Green Deal. She previously also interned at the New York’s office of the United Nations Environment Programme and Ricardo Energy and Environment in London.
Ines holds an undergraduate degree in International Development from King’s College London, where she specialised in environmental studies and the MENA region, and an MSc in Environmental Policy and Regulation from the London School of Economics.
She really enjoys analogue photography and travelling to new places (when she can) as well as surfing and any activity that revolves around the nature or the ocean.