Lídia Pereira

European Parliament
29.01.2024

Born in 1991 and raised in Coimbra (Portugal). Graduate in Economics at the University of Coimbra and holding a Master degree in European Economic Studies from the College of Europe (Bruges, Belgium). During her academic studies, Lídia had the opportunity to take part in the Erasmus programme, studying in Prague (Czech Republic) for one semester. Additionally, she was always involved and assumed several responsibilities in the Student Association and University/College bodies. After a traineeship at the European Investment Bank, Lidia became a consultant in the financial sector. Later on, she…

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Paolo Piffaretti

CEO and co-founder, CarbonX
29.01.2024

Paolo is the Co-Founder and CEO of Carbonx, a leading Market Intelligence and CDR Procurement Platform. Prior to founding Carbonx, Paolo was Head of Net Zero at Algolia, a leading SaaS company based in San Francisco (USA), and initiated their decarbonisation efforts. He is passionately committed to the advancement of negative emission technologies, and his role is centred on optimising the procurement process for permanent carbon removal solutions, catering primarily to large-scale organizations in Europe and North America. He believes that accelerating the advent of negative emission technologies is critical to reconciling…

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Eve Tamme

Advisory board member
13.03.2023

Eve Tamme is a senior advisor on climate policy. Her expertise covers a broad range of policy tools and processes, including carbon markets, carbon removal, carbon capture and climate governance. She spent the first 15 years of her career as a policymaker in national and European institutions, shaping climate policy on European and international level. Later, she led policy engagement in a global non-profit. Eve leads Climate Principles, a climate policy advisory focusing on carbon markets, carbon removal and carbon capture. Eve is the Chair of the Zero Emissions Platform…

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Emily Cox

Advisory board member
13.03.2023

Emily Cox is a research associate at the Universities of Oxford and Cardiff. She is a social scientist in energy and climate, with expertise in public attitudes and behaviours, risk, resilience, and socio-technical systems. Her research focuses on public perceptions of carbon removal techniques. Understanding public attitudes is crucial for the ethical and effective development of new technologies, and Emily’s work aims to enhance public participation in climate innovation. Emily previously worked as a lecturer in Psychology at Cardiff University and taught Energy Policy at the University of Sussex. Emily…

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