Reena Skribbe's work focuses on the quantification of sustainable development impacts of climate action in South-East Asia, a global analysis of air quality related health impacts from coal plants, and the mitigation potential of international carbon markets. Reena holds a MSc in Environmental Economics and Climate Change from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a BSc in Economics from the University of Cologne. For her dissertation she quantified the financial market impact of delinking emission trading schemes.  



No more fuel to the fire
Publication date 11 Nov 2022

From energy crisis to transition in Southeast Asia The global energy crisis has exposed weaknesses in energy systems across Southeast...

CAT Briefing: Global reaction to energy crisis risks zero carbon transition
Publication date 08 Jun 2022

The world is going through a major energy crisis as a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. At the same time, the next few years are...

Clean, Affordable and Secure Energy (CASE) for Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia (SEA) is the fastest developing region in the world with an energy demand projected to grow by 70% in the next 20 years...

AIRPOLIM-ES (Air Pollution Impact Model for Electricity Supply)
Publication date 30 Nov 2018

The AIRPOLIM-ES is an accessible, Excel-based tool that estimates the health impacts of air pollution from different sources of...

EIM-ES (Economic Impact Model for Electricity Supply)
Publication date 30 Nov 2018

The EIM-ES is a transparent, Excel-based tool that estimates the domestic employment impacts of investments in the electricity supply...

Responses to the global energy crisis: CASE country Indonesia
Venue Online, ISEW 2022
Date 14 Oct 2022
Start time 05:30 am

The First Indonesia Sustainable Energy Week (ISEW) 2022 was a hybrid event to host the Indonesia Energy Transition Dialogue (IETD) and...

The climate and health double dividend
Publication date 30 May 2022

GO TO THE AIRPOLIM TOOL Accelerating the global coal phase-out can prevent millions of premature deaths from poor air quality An early...

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