IEEP and CEPS looks at the current EU budget’s performance and its proposed reforms from the perspective of cities and regions in their report for the Committee of the Regions.
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- environmental governance,
- climate mainstreaming,
- climate change adaptation,
- EU budget (in particular Cohesion Policy),
- public and private financing of environmental objectives,
- environmental fiscal reform
Andrea joined IEEP’s Climate and Environmental Governance Programme as a policy analyst in September 2013 after completing a six-month internship in the team. She holds a Masters degree in Environmental Policy – with a focus on global environmental change and policy - from Imperial College London and a first degree in Biology from Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest). Andrea has more than 5 years of experience in environmental governance and climate policy. Before joining the Institute, she worked on energy efficiency at the Centre for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy, Central European University and supported the Climate and Energy Campaign Team at Greenpeace Hungary.
At IEEP, Andrea is involved in a wide range of policy research projects concerning environmental governance and policy instruments, approaches to climate mainstreaming, climate change adaptation policy, the EU budget, in particular the Cohesion Policy, the role of public and private financing for environmental objectives, and the potential for environmental fiscal reform in Europe.
Study by IEEP and ICF feeds into the Commission’s Fitness Check of monitoring and reporting obligations arising from EU environmental legislation.
In a study for the European Parliament’s REGI Committee, IEEP examined the experience of climate mainstreaming in Cohesion Policy in the current and previous programming periods and identified the implications of the Paris Agreement in order to offer recommendations for future climate mainstreaming in the post-2020 Cohesion Policy.
IEEP and partners compare innovative biodiversity financing mechanisms in the EU and Mexico and suggest recommendations for mutual learning.