Jennifer Dicks is a Project Manager in Cambridge Econometrics’ Environment Team. She analyses the impact of policy and the interactions with the economy across four distinct areas; energy, climate, circular economy and natural resources. Jennifer specialises in extracting policy-relevant messages from quantitative modelling and analysis, and providing written interpretation for both technical and non-technical audiences. Recent projects that Jennifer has managed include the development of UK socioeconomic scenarios for climate research and policy for the Met Office, an assessment of options for carbon abatement in the UK economy for Defra, and for the Committee on Climate Change, the development of a consistent set of socioeconomic dimensions to be used within the forthcoming Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA3) and associated research projects.
- The distributional effects of pathways to net-zero and the implications for fuel and transport poverty
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