Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian Forum on Climate Change Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Natalie worked for many years with environmental programs in the Amazon rainforest, then joined the high rankings of government in Brasilia, left to sail from the Caribbean to the US and back, got a degree at Harvard and is now chairing the Brazilian President’s body for climate change policy development. A Masters in Public Policy, Natalie specialized in economics of natural resources and graduated in business administration. She dedicates her professional and academic works on decision sciences applied to climate change. Natalie writes for Climate Home, HuffPost Brasil and major newspapers. She loves sailing, windsurfing, coffee and wine, and loves her 2 black dogs, Bermuda and Chica.