Greta Dobrovich is a Junior Analyst at CPI, focusing on tracking climate finance trends and evaluating climate policies. Her recent work at CPI includes collecting data on domestic and international investments for the Global Landscape of Climate Finance 2021 report.
Prior to CPI, Greta completed an internship at the UNFCCC climate finance subdivision, where she assisted in researching and synthesizing financial data, contributing to the First Report on the Determination of the Needs of Developing Country Parties and the Fourth (2020) Biennial Assessment and Overview of Climate Finance Flows. She also supported the Standing Committee of Finance (SCF), especially during the 26th meeting. Greta attended COP26 with the African Group of Negotiators (AGN) and assisted the AGN and the G77 and China climate finance lead coordinators during the negotiations. Before that, she completed a traineeship at Siemens Energy EU Government Affairs and an internship at Acea SpA.
Greta holds an MSc in Environmental Economics and Climate Change from the London School of Economics, London, and a BSc in Economics from Roma Tre University, Rome.
- Adaptation and Resilience
- Blended Finance
- Climate Finance Landscapes
- Climate Law and Governance
- Decarbonization and Net Zero Goals
- Development Finance
- Energy Access
- Energy Efficiency