Liz Daniels is a Research Fellow in climate change adaptation at SEI’s Oxford Centre. She focuses on climate services and the use of climate information in decision-making as part of the Climate Services Initiative and the Future Resilience for African CiTies and Lands (FRACTAL) project.
Liz joined SEI in July 2017. She previously worked in PwC’s Sustainability and Climate Change team in London, where she supported a wide range of projects for public- and private-sector clients. Her work addressed climate change-related issues, disaster risk management and resilience, and broader sustainability strategies and actions. She has a year’s experience working on community-based adaptation and sustainable agriculture projects in Malawi, Ethiopia and Tanzania.
More recently, in her role as a programme manager at the UK-based rainforest conservation charity, Cool Earth, Liz worked with forest communities in Peru and Papua New Guinea on developing sustainable and resilient livelihood strategies.
As a research assistant at the University of Oxford, Liz is involved in research on ecosystem-based adaptation and nature-based approaches within country NDC (Nationally Determined Contributions) submissions to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Liz holds a BSc (Hons) in Geography from the University of St Andrews, Scotland, and an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London, UK.