Anne is a Research Fellow with WRI and EMBARQ’s Transport and Climate Change Initiative, where she contributes to a range of international transport and climate change projects. Her research focus is on Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs), specifically on how they can catalyze the development and implementation of sustainable transport systems in developing countries - if you have any related thoughts she would love to hear from you!
Anne has worked as a sustainable transport researcher and consultant for the last eight years. As a strong advocate for sustainable mobility she is passionate about increasing understanding about related measures and strategies, and how to overcome challenges to replicating, adapting and up-scaling effective approaches.
Anne has a BSc in Geography from the University of Reading. She’s studying part-time for an MSc in Policy Research at the University of Bristol, and when she’s not working she likes to walk, cycle, listen to live music and visit restaurants.
Transport currently accounts for nearly 20% of global energy use and related CO2 emissions, approximately 40% of which are emitted from urban transport. Transport emissions are expected to increase by 57% worldwide from 1990 levels by 2030 and more than ...