Leanne is an applied environmental economist. Her PhD research considered the role of international trade in the economic impacts of climate change, and also explored avenues towards reduced meat consumption, including meat taxation and innovation in plant-based substitute products. In her work as a member of the PRINZ Project, she studies the role of green skills and jobs for an equitable transition to net zero.
Leanne has a PhD in Environmental Economics from LSE, an MSc in Economics from the University of Warwick, and a BA from the University of Ottawa. She also has experience working as a steel market analyst at CRU International.
- Applied environmental economics
- Trade and the environment
- Meat consumption
Policy - 2023
This report provides a detailed characterisation of low-carbon jobs from the last decade in the United States and the United Kingdom, bringing new evidence to support policy discussions. Read more
News - 2023
This article which reports on how an apparent shortage of green skills in the workforce may undermind climate targets. The... Read more