Krisztina is the International Climate Policy and Data Analysis intern for the Global Climate Program. She works with both the Open Climate Network and the CAIT teams. Her work for OCN involves synthesizing research materials, creating data visualizations and analyzing the policy implications of the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) that countries are putting forward in the lead-up to the UNFCCC conference in Paris this December. Her projects for CAIT have included greenhouse gas emissions data updates for US States, and the mapping of INDCs on the CAIT platform.
Krisztina previously worked for a Boston-based corporate sustainability tech start up, a Peruvian NGO focused on sustainable local development and human-centered design, and her college’s Social Entrepreneurship Center where she was an intern and fellow for three years. He has also conducted research on electric vehicles in India, local food initiatives in Addison Country, Vermont, and helped with her college’s greenhouse gas inventory updates.
Krisztina holds a B.A. in environmental studies and economics from Middlebury College, Vermont.
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