Charlotte is a Policy Analyst and Research Advisor to Nick Stern.
Prior to joining the Grantham Research Institute Charlotte worked as a monitoring and evaluation consultant for the Green Climate Fund. In this role she was responsible for assessing the evaluation strategies articulated in funding proposals submitted to the Fund.
Charlotte holds a Master of Science degree in International & Development Economics from the University of San Francisco and a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics & Economics from the University of Warwick.
- Economics of climate change
- Economic development and growth
Policy - 2021
This report sets out core elements of an overarching and integrated strategy for recovery from the COVID-10 pandemic and growth, as a contribution to the preparation for the G7 Summit taking place in Carbis Bay, Cornwall (11 to 13 June 2021). Read more
There has been a resurgence in the debate around Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanisms (CBAMs) and the role they may play in preserving the effectiveness of climate action in high ambition countries. This report explores how the European Union’s CBAM, announced to come into force by the end of 2022, might affect the UK. Read more
Policy - 2020
Four key factors make the scaling of renewable energy investment in fragile and conflict-affected states desirable and relevant: cost and practicality, increased and secured energy access, economic resilience, and inclusion and empowerment. Read more
This paper sets out six key areas, where government investment could create jobs and advance the fight against climate change in the UK. Read more
News - 2020
Investing in clean energy systems and technologies is just as urgent a priority for fragile and conflict-affected situations as it is for more stable environments, and a positive feedback loop exists between securing access to clean energy, state-building and peace, argue Camilla Sacchetto, Nicholas Stern and Charlotte Taylor. Read more
News - 2019
The Climate Action Summit, hosted on 23 September at the headquarters of the United Nations in New York, succeeded in... Read more