Friday, July 19, 2024

Kaya Axelsson, Kate Cullen and Stephen Lezak

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Kaya Axelsson is the net-zero policy engagement fellow at the University of Oxford and a strategic advisor to the global Race to Zero campaign. Kate Cullen, lead author of the report Leveling up Net-Zero Climate Leadership in the United States, is a PhD student in the Energy and Resources Group at U.C. Berkeley and a researcher at the University of Oxford, where she focuses on net-zero policy. Stephen Lezak is a Gates scholar and PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge and manages the Oxford Program on the Sustainable Future of Commodities and Infrastructure.

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