Kaya Axelsson is a research fellow and head of Policy and Partnerships at Oxford Net Zero where she leads a team to translate research into resources, policy, and standards for defining and achieving net zero. After years working as a community organiser, Kaya moved to Oxford to work on connecting climate action communities internationally. She has earned distinction for her research on politically unlikely renewable energy coalitions. Her current research and engagement focus is on the emerging net zero governance and regulatory landscape. Kaya has served as a strategic advisor to the UN-backed Race to Zero campaign and as a technical author on the International Standard Organization’s Net Zero Guidelines. With 15 years of experience in social and environmental sustainability, she convenes and works regularly with organizations and policy leaders on their net zero strategies.
Carbon offsetting | Fellows and Researchers | Meaning of net zero | Net zero tracking | School of Geography and the Environment | Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment | Urgency of zero |