Although COP26 furthered global climate ambition, its outcomes failed to fully meet the aspirations of many leaders and activists calling for more urgent action. Fortunately, national governments are not the only actors that can undertake ambitious actions to achieve climate goals. Glasgow also signaled unprecedented levels of…
Adefunke (Addy) Sonaike is an Associate with the Strategic Analysis & EngagementGroup. She conducts research and analysis for the team and other programs within RMI.
Before joining RMI, Addy worked for the D.C. Department of Energy and Environment as a Green Fellow. In this role she focused on quantitative analyses for the Building Energy Performance Standard, emissions modeling, and utility supply chains. Some of her projects included modeling emissions from D.C.’s building stock and utility supply chains, creating new datasets, and making a regional utility load map.
Education & Awards
Bachelor of Arts, Environmental Biology & Political Science, Columbia University
Master of Public Policy, American University