Carley Reynolds joined CCAP in July of 2018 as a research assistant. She largely supports CCAP’s international climate policy and climate finance programs, as well as communications and web development.
In addition to her work at CCAP, Carley continues to support on-going research at Duke University on the environmental and social consequences of infrastructure targeting in the Middle East and North Africa, through data collection and visualization.
Previously, Carley worked with the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) as an International Climate and Latin America intern. In this role, Carley worked on international energy and climate issues and supported the NRDC’s publication, Power Shift: Shifting G20 International Public Finance from Coal to Renewables. Carley also has past experience in the fields of urban forestry and land management.
Carley holds a master’s degree in Environmental Management from the Duke Nicholas School of the Environment with a concentration in economics and policy and a BS in Environmental Science from the University of Florida.