Cecilia is a MS/PhD student at ERG. Cecilia received her BS in environmental science from Brown University. For several years, she worked in Washington, DC on international climate, energy, and agricultural policy at Climate Advisers, a politics and policy firm. Cecilia is particularly interested in energy-intensive commodities in Asia, and the economic, social, and political factors that affect their production. She is a research affiliate at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s China Energy Group. Previously, Cecilia researched eco-city development in Tianjin, China as a Fulbright fellow. Before coming to ERG, she led a project on green commodity supply chains for Climate Advisers from Hong Kong, where she also studied her other passion, kung fu.
- Retrofitting Coal-Fired Power Plants in Middle-Income Countries: What Role for the World Bank?
- ‘Eco’ For Whom? Envisioning Eco-urbanism in the Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city, China
- Accelerating Global Vehicle Efficiency
- Trading Up: The Case for an International Carbon Market Reserve to Reduce Volatility at the Limits in 2020 and Beyond