Chandreyee is an environment and climate change professional with international work experience in coordination and project management in the fields of political economy, international climate policy, international climate finance and UNFCCC processes. She has extensive experience in analyzing the UNFCCC negotiations and the relevance of various climate finance mechanisms for developing countries. She closely follows the UNFCCC negotiations on market mechanisms, climate finance and transparency.
She joined 4Climate in 2019 bringing in her strong understanding of the impacts of climate change negotiations on international climate policy and climate finance. At 4Climate, her focus is on i) advising government entities and organizations on climate finance strategies, ii) assisting in the evaluation and monitoring of climate finance projects, iii) advising various clients interested in newly evolving avenues for carbon market development.
Chandreyee holds a M.Sc. in Economics from the University of Calcutta and a PhD from the University of Zurich where she worked as a research assistant and lecturer at the Chair of Political Economy and Development from 2014-2018. In her PhD, she investigated the allocation efficiency of climate aid and its strategic use in global climate negotiations. She is fluent in English, Bengali, Hindi and has conversational knowledge in German and Urdu.