Tina is a Research Manager in E3G’s Climate Diplomacy team based at our London office. E3G’s Climate Diplomacy programme focuses on how to construct high leverage political interventions which can shape transformational international outcomes.
Prior to joining E3G, Tina worked as an independent researcher for the international affairs think tank Chatham House on the topic of biomass energy for heat and power in Europe and supported the Moving Energy Initiative (MEI) on energy access in humanitarian contexts. Before moving to the United Kingdom, she worked in Cambodia and France for an international non-governmental organisation (GERES) fighting energy poverty and climate change through renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions, where she led research and advocacy efforts for a global clean cooking energy programme. Tina holds a Master of Environment (MEnv) in Environmental Assessment from Concordia University in Montréal, Canada and has experience working on Canada’s Environmental Assessment (EA) programme.
Her areas of interest include environmental governance, diplomacy on environmental issues, energy and climate policy, energy access and climate change adaptation in vulnerable populations and renewable (biomass) energy.