Eva is a highly motivated and versatile professional with a passionate interest in climate finance and sustainability. As an experienced researcher, Eva brings her talent for analyzing and synthesizing information to the firm to help develop high-quality reports, articles, and working papers.
Published key research that differentiated multilateral actors by their capacities to implement climate funding according to the criteria set out by the Paris Agreement with the intention of integrating the findings into Finland's process for developing guidelines on financial instruments in development cooperation
Developed and published a training package on climate change and disaster risk resilience to build knowledge capacity in developing countries, which has since been used for training sessions around the world including in Cambodia and Zimbabwe
Published her Master’s Thesis titled 'Beyond the Crisis: Analyzing How Climate-Induced Migration Can Fit Into the Future of EU Migration Governance', which is an extensive piece of research looking at EU policies and policy-making regarding both climate change and migration
Prior to joining IFCL, Eva worked as a climate finance researcher for a civil society organization in Finland where she co-authored and published key research on how multilateral actors implement climate funding.
Eva has lived and worked in Canada, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, and Finland. She holds a Master’s Degree in European and Nordic Studies from the University of Helsinki and a Bachelor’s Degree in History from York University.