Paloma works as a Researcher supporting the Political Economy and Governance team in London. Paloma conducts research into threats and barriers to global climate action to ensure a rapid and resilient transition towards a climate-safe common future.
Paloma contributes to researching the threats and opportunities in achieving successful climate action. Paloma works across multidisciplinary areas, including fossil fuel transition, climate finance, and sustainable economy.
Paloma has previously worked for the South West Regional Organised Crime Agency as an Intelligence Researcher investigating serious and organised crime.
Paloma has a Master’s degree from the University of Edinburgh where she divided her modules between Environmental Sustainability and Criminology in order to focus her research on environmental crime. She has a BSc in Geography from the University of Bristol.
Paloma spends her free time reading, painting and curating the ultimate Yoga Sculpt playlists.