There is good news and bad news emerging from COP26. The bad news: The emissions reduction pledges made by nations so far are still likely to consign civilization to a 2.7°C warmer world by 2100 compared with pre-industrial times. The good news: Steady progress is being made in securing…
Yuki Numata is an associate with the Strategic Analysis & Engagement Group. She performs research and analysis for the team’s external engagement and systems change initiatives, and also supports other programs within RMI.
Yuki joined RMI after completing her graduate degree in public policy with a dual focus on climate/energy policy and corporate responsibility. While pursuing her graduate degree, she worked with the World Wildlife Fund on corporate engagement initiatives around renewable energy purchasing and food-related emissions reductions.
Yuki also has prior experience in policy research and consulting, working on topics such as the hydrogen economy and smart cities/smart technologies.
MA, Public Policy, Business and Government Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
BA, International Relations, Pomona College