Lía Flattery is a Policy Advisor with the Political Economy and Governance team in E3G’s London Office, where she contributes to developing and delivering E3G’s climate governance and political economy strategies, programming, and initiatives.
Lía Flattery contributes to research, analysis and thought leadership in support of E3G’s governance strategy and initiatives addressing climate governance. She works with colleagues to consider new mechanisms and innovations to address governance and politics dimensions of the UK’s net zero commitments. She also contributes to the development and delivery of E3G’s political economy mapping methodology (PEMM) so that it can better support progress toward deep decarbonisation.
She has previously worked as an Analyst with Sustainable Finance Ireland and the international Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S) network. This included contributing toward the delivery of Ireland’s annual Climate Finance Week and supporting the development of sustainable finance roadmaps in several partner countries. Prior to that, she worked across project management, research and communications in a range of environment and development-focused NGOs in Ireland.
Lía has completed an MSc in Environment, Politics and Society at University College London, where her work focused on climate policy coproduction and the science-policy interface, and a BA (Hons) in History at Trinity College Dublin.
Outside of work, Lía enjoys reading and getting out in nature.