It is becoming clear that an accelerated coal-to-clean transition in the global electricity system is both necessary and feasible. Commitments to cease new coal investments are critical in the near-term but insufficient to meet global emissions reductions required by the end of this decade. According to Carbon Brief, any…
Tamara is a senior associate at the Center for Climate-Aligned Finance, working on financial climate alignment agreements for hard-to-abate sectors. Tamara also works on UNEPFI’s Net Zero Banking Alliance (NZBA) for a portion of her time, helping set up NZBA’s governance and sectoral work streams.
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.
MA, Global Affairs, Yale University
BA, Economics and History, Grinnell College