Sharna Nolan is Head of the Australia Office at Climate Analytics. She has 15 years’ experience as a programme manager and team leader, and has successfully supported the design, fundraising and delivery of multi-country programmes aiming to achieve sustainable development outcomes and community resilience.
Prior to joining Climate Analytics, she was a Senior Expert in the climate and energy team at the Stockholm Environment Institute, where she supported a range of projects including decarbonisation mitigation pathway analysis and roadmaps, reviewing NDC-SDG interaction methods (to inform the LEAP energy model) and led a multi-country sustainable mobility program to deliver ICT solutions and pilots to 5 Balitic Sea and Nordic countries. Before this she managed the international team at ClimateWorks Australia, working across the Asia and Pacific region.
Sharna holds a Master of Science in Environmental Science and Policy (George Soros Fellow) from the Central European University and a Masters in International Development and Analysis from Monash University.
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- Green Finance in Indonesia: Barriers and Solutions Liebman, Ariel; Reynolds, Aisha; Robertson,, Dani; Nolan, Sharna; Argyriou, Megan; Sargent, Beth (2019)
- Green Infrastructure Investment Opportunities Bridget Boulle, Kristiane Davidson, Sharna Nolan, Andrew Whiley (2019)
- Horizon to Horizon: A Pacific Island country guide to creating long term climate resilience, net zero emissions development and a sustainable future Meg Argyriou, Sharna Nolan, Dani Robertson (2018)
- Taking the long view: Why a long term approach for the developing world is critical to achieving sustainable development goals and climate safety Aisha Reynolds, Meg Argyriou, Sharna Nolan (2017)