Santiago Woollands focuses on projects related to the quantitative analysis of GHG emissions trajectories and the implementation of emissions reduction policies at the national and subnational level. He is also involved in projects in the area of climate finance, focusing on issues of Paris alignment of international and multilateral organizations. Santiago holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy Analysis from the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy at the University of Erfurt, where he specialised in the energy transition. His master thesis investigated the political economy of fiscal stimulus spending and the green recovery in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Transition risks, mitigation options, and the global protein transformation in the context of Argentina’s agriculture sector
Publication date 22 Mar 2022

Ambition to Action Phase II publication series The three-part report series identifies transition risks faced by Argentina’s export...

Ambition to Action

The Ambition to Action (A2A) project is funded under the German International Climate Initiative (IKI). Through this project, the A2A...

Online event: Boosting multilateral investments for biodiversity
Venue Online
Date 01 Dec 2022
Start time 12:00 pm

In the framework of the OECD Multilateral Development Finance Week 2022, NewClimate will join E3G's event on boosting multilateral...

Climate action in agriculture is essential for food security
Publication date 27 Oct 2022

This blog is part of a series debunking ‘myths’ about trade-offs between climate action and development. It is intended for decision...

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