Senior Analyst, Climate Change Committee
Junior Policy Fellow, Centre for Science and Policy
Chloe is a Senior Analyst at the Climate Change Committee (CCC) where she works to advice the UK Government on the socio-economic and fiscal impacts of Net Zero. As a statutory and independent body established under the Climate Change Act 2008, the CCC advises the UK and devolved governments on emissions targets and reports to Parliament on progress made in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Chloe’s contribution to forming that advice currently involves leading the Committee’s analytical work and policy recommendations on the distributional impacts of climate policies, the role of fiscal levers, and the co-benefits of Net Zero.
Chloe previously worked on the decarbonisation of energy supply at the CCC. As part of its Sixth Carbon Budget Advice, she notably developed decarbonisation pathways for power and hydrogen and demonstrated that electricity could be fully decarbonised by 2035. She also advised the UK Government on the compatibility of UK oil and gas licensing with climate commitments.
Chloe is also interested in the crossroads between climate and development, which she explored during her studies. She holds a master’s degree in international development from the London School of Economics and attended ISIT Paris (member of Paris-Pantheon-Assas).