Dr Nicola Ranger
Research Fellow within the Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy.
Her research interests include decision-making using uncertain climate model information, quantifying risks from extreme events and the role of insurance in adaptation. She has come to LSE from the catastrophe modelling firm, Risk Management Solutions, where she worked on climate change implications for the insurance industry, and previous to this held positions as a scientific advisor and policy analyst for the 'Climate, Energy and Ozone: Science and Analysis' division of Defra (now part of DECC) and on the 'Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change' at HM Treasury. She holds a PhD in Atmospheric Physics from Imperial College London and a first class honours degree in Physics from the University of Warwick.
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