Saskia Straub works on the governance of non-state actors’ net-zero pathways and pledges. She researches developments in standards and accountability mechanisms through data-driven analysis and stakeholder engagement. Before joining NewClimate Institute, she examined business net-zero solutions as a researcher for Oxford Net Zero and explored net-zero regulatory developments for the Future of Climate Cooperation. Saskia holds a BSc in Environment and Sustainable Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and an MPhil in Environmental Change and Management from the University of Oxford. In her master’s thesis she used systems analysis tools to identify state and non-state interventions for accelerating integrity in corporate net-zero transitions. 

Achieving High-Integrity Voluntary Climate Action (ACHIEVE)

This Horizon Europe research grant project will identify opportunities to strengthen and scale up voluntary climate action, with the...

Net zero or zero sense: Three reasons to rethink financial institution's voluntary targets
Publication date 07 Jun 2024

Asset managers, asset owners and other financial institutions manage much of the capital required to transition to low-carbon economies...

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