Carley Reynolds joined Climate Analytics as a Climate and Energy Policy Analyst in 2020. Carley contributes to several initiatives at Climate Analytics, including the Climate Action Tracker and Decarbonisation Strategies.
Previously, Carley worked for the Center for Clean Air Policy where she supported their work on international cooperation under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement and climate finance. Carley has also worked with the Natural Resources Defense Council, supporting their international climate team and contributing to the publication, ‘Power Shift: Shifting G20 International Public Finance from Coal to Renewables’.
She received her Masters in Environmental Management from the Duke Nicholas School of the Environment, with a concentration in Environmental Economics and Policy. While at Duke, she analysed the climate, economic, and social implications of Belt and Road energy investments in Pakistan.
- Briefing papers
- Massive gas expansion risks overtaking positive climate policies Claire Stockwell, Andreas Geiges, Aman Majid, Neil Grant, Carley Reynolds, Sarah Heck, Claire Fyson, Deborah Ramalope, Bill Hare, Mia Moisio, Frederic Hans, Silke Mooldijk, Niklas Höhne, Hanna Fekete (2022)
- Australian government advertisement fact check Bill Hare, Anna Chapman, Carley Reynolds, Victor Maxwell (2022)
- Assessing the health benefits of a Paris-aligned coal phase out for South Korea Gaurav Ganti, Anne Zimmer, Andreas Anhäuser, Charlotte Plinke, Lauri Myllyvirta, Carley Reynolds, Deborah Ramalope, Matthew Gidden, Bill Hare (2021)
- Renewable energy transition in sub-Saharan Africa Deborah Ramalope, Carley Reynolds, Gaurav Ganti, Lara Welder, Claire Fyson, Mavis Mainu, Bill Hare (2022)
- National 1.5°C compatible emissions pathways and consistent power sector benchmarks in Africa Marie-Camille Attard, Carley Reynolds, Kim Coetzee, Jonas Hörsch, Lara Welder, Kouassigan Tovivo, Deborah Ramalope, Claire Fyson Bill Hare (2022)