Larissa Gross is a Research Manager supporting E3G’s Climate Diplomacy work to accelerate the adoption of efficient and clean cooling globally.
Before joining E3G, Larissa worked as a Research Assistant with the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex tracking and analysing the emerging academic field of policy mixes for sustainability transitions including the development of Mobility as a Service models and innovation in renewable energy policy. Prior to moving to the UK, Larissa worked in east and southern Africa where she co-founded a systems-minded consulting firm offering strategic and organisational learning support to local economic development projects.
Larissa holds a Masters of Science in Energy Policy from the University of Sussex, where she explored the socio-political acceptability of sustainable energy transitions through research on the varied roles of organised labour in framing and advocating for ‘just transition’ policy in Canadian energy transitions. She has a Bachelor of Engineering in Sustainable and Renewable Energy from Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.