WP1-3; PhD research on tools informing Climate Resilient Development Pathways (CRDPs)
To better understand how climate services can support integrated decision making for European cities
Sarah Wright is a PhD researcher studying how climate services can support and inform the development of Climate Resilient Development Pathways, integrating adaptation, mitigation, and development planning within European cities. She holds a BS Environmental Science and Mathematics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MSc in International Land and Water Management from Wageningen University & Research. Sarah has prior research experience relating to water-energy-agriculture nexus optimization and the use of AI methods for adaptation policy tracking. Her primary research interest surrounds the use of models & data towards decision-making for complex problems.