Energy Efficiency Backfire in Emerging Economies
Amy graduated from University of Colorado, Boulder, in 2013 with a degree in Environmental Studies and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. She has worked with a number of environmentally-oriented organizations, including Natural Capitalism Solutions, SustainUS and the Center for Energy and Environmental Security at her school’s Law School. Amy wrote her honors thesis on the Green Climate Fund, crafting a proposal for using climate change resources for sustainable energy projects as a way of achieving both climate change and development goals across the globe. Her research interests include evaluating international institutions for their effectiveness in addressing environmental issues, and avenues for approaching development with an environmental lens. In her free time Amy enjoys reading, outdoor sports, and being around animals.