Frances Fuller is Climate Analytics’ Head of Global Offices and the Director of our office in New York. She also sits within the Implementation Strategies Team as a Senior Implementation Specialist, focusing on supporting the delivery of adaptation and mitigation implementation projects and supporting developing countries access to climate finance.
Fran has a strong background in supporting strategic national development planning including Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), environment and climate policy implementation, and stakeholder engagement in the Caribbean and the United Nations (UN). As a member of the UN Secretary-General’s Climate Change Support Team, she supported and executed the UNSG’s strategy on climate change toward the adoption, signature, and ratification of the Paris Agreement. Her experience at the UN also includes being the Special Assistant to the President of the 68th Session of the UN General Assembly, maintaining engagement and contact with high-level representatives, in particular in relation to major UN Conferences such as the Third International Conference on SIDS, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement. Prior to working in the UN, Fran worked for the Department of the Environment of the Government of Antigua and Barbuda, where she focused on natural resource management, ecosystem-based approaches to sustainable development, implementation of development projects, and multilateral environmental agreements, including the UNFCCC.
Frances holds her postgraduate degree in Environment, Politics, and Globalisation from King’s College London and her undergraduate in Environmental Biogeoscience from Leeds University.
- Towards a just transition of the workplace: Baseline Analysis for the Electricity and Road Transport Sectors in Antigua and Barbuda
- Long-term strategies in SIDS: blueprints for decarbonised and resilient 1.5°C compatible economies
- Antigua and Barbuda's national greenhouse gas reduction report
- Debt for climate swaps: Caribbean outlook
- German fast start: lessons learned for long-term finance