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Inès Bakhtaoui is a researcher from France for the Stockholm Environment Institute dedicated to issues connecting finance, effectiveness, and governance in the fields of climate change adaptation and loss and damage. She co-leads a project on operationalising finance for loss and damage. She works to understand how to best deliver money to communities victim of climate change, in a fair and feasible to inform funders, UNFCCC Secretariat, policy makers and civil society on the topic. She also advises the work of the Loss and Damage Collaboration. She holds a Master of Civil Engineering from l’Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne, and a MSc in climate change management and finance from Imperial College London.
Stockholm Environment Institute
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