With scientific reports warning of the urgency of concerted climate action, and with current national climate targets leaving us far short of what’s needed to avoid the most dangerous impacts of climate change, policymakers around the world must find ways to kick-start the low-carbon transition. To succeed, they…
Tyeler is an Associate with the Global Climate Finance Team. In this role, she supports the practice’s work on results-based climate finance and net climate finance. She joined RMI in 2018.
Prior to joining RMI, Tyeler received her PhD from ETH Zurich, with her dissertation focusing on national policies that align low-carbon energy and development goals. Alongside her PhD, she also worked with the World Bank’s Energy & Extractives Global Practice, where she supported renewable electricity lending and technical assistance projects. Before her PhD, Tyeler also worked for a climate policy consultancy and a green energy engineering, procurement, and construction firm.
PhD, Energy Policy, ETH Zurich
MSc, Energy Science & Technology, ETH Zurich
BEng, Mechanical Engineering, McGill University