Erica Weyer is an Energy, Climate, and Technology Intern in the Ross Center for Sustainable Cities as part of its project in concert with the Inter-American Development Bank and the Global Environment Facility to promote low carbon technology transfer in Latin America and the Caribbean. As part of the project, she develops tools, studies and policy proposals that decision makers can utilize to make their transport systems less carbon-intensive and more user-friendly.
Prior to joining WRI, Erica had worked in education and trade policy in Latin America. She has also worked as a biology and chemistry teacher.
Erica has a B.A. in Economics and Biochemistry from Indiana University—Bloomington and a master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
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