Daniella Echeverría is a Project Manager with IISD’s Climate Change – Canada Program. Her research focuses on clean growth and mitigation to climate change. Previously, Daniella was part of the Resilience Program where she researched the impacts of climate change in the short to long term in vulnerable communities, analysed approaches to adaptive policies, and managed the CRiSTAL application.
In her work, she gives attention to building the capacity of policy-makers, stakeholders and practitioners to exchange knowledge and build understanding through the use of selected decision-support and communication tools. Her most recent work focused on the application and capacity building on decision-support tools related to resilience measures, indicators and policy analysis on green economy, carbon pricing, carbon sequestration and climate finance.
- Emission Omissions: Carbon accounting gaps in the built environmentLife-cycle assessment (LCA) studies are the best tool we have to measure the carbon footprints of building products at each phase of their lifespan, but they have some flaws.
- Improving and Refocusing Electricity Subsidies: Options for optimization in MexicoIISD is proud to partner with CONECC German-Mexican Energy Partnership on this report which identifies and evaluates options for reforming Mexico’s electricity subsidies.
- Economic Instruments to Leverage Clean Energy Investment There is widespread recognition that the bulk of the investment needed to meet the Paris...
- Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform and the Just Transition: Integrating approaches for complementary outcomesThis paper goes into detail about the various ways in which FFSR can be consistent with just transition. The scale of current fossil fuel subsidies in the world coupled with the massive financial needs for transition are early indicators of the benefits of approaching FFSR with just transition in mind.
- Cities and Smart Grids in CanadaThis report looks specifically at smart grids within the context of grid modernization and urban settings in Canada.
- North American Energy Integration: Assessing oil and gas policy issues ahead of NAFTA renegotiationMexico, Canada and the United States stand to benefit from increasing energy sector interconnectedness and coordination. What key environmental and fiscal policy areas related to oil and gas development provide opportunities for further harmonization?
- Costing Energy and Fossil Fuel Subsidies in Nunavut: A mapping exerciseThis report, entitled Costing Energy and Fossil Fuel Subsidies in Nunavut, was commissioned by World Wildlife Fund Canada and undertaken by the International Institute for Sustainable Development.