For over a century, growing presence of coal smokestacks worldwide signified economic development and progress. Coal supplied our homes with electricity and our factories with power. At the same time, this workhorse of the industrial era caused serious harm to our health and the environment. Today, the costs of continuing…
Tamara is an Associate with the Global Climate Finance team working on green investment banks and on improving access to climate finance in developing countries.
Prior to joining RMI, Tamara completed her master’s degree at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, where she focused on international finance and sustainable development. Before Yale, she worked for the International Monetary Fund as a Research Analyst.
Master of Arts in Global Affairs, Yale University
Bachelor of Arts in Economics and History, Grinnell College