Dr Matilda Becker

Matilda Becker is the Strategic Partnerships Manager at Oxford Net Zero. Matilda’s role involves coordinating across Oxford Net Zero’s strategic partnerships in policy, civil society, business, and standards, to accelerate net zero integrity and accountability at the international and organisational levels. Matilda works alongside colleagues to produce briefings, reports and interdisciplinary research on net zero regulation. Matilda’s main interests lay in stakeholder engagement and working within networks of businesses and academics to realise meaningful and sustainable solutions to issues affecting communities and environment at the local and global scales.

Matilda brings an academic and policy background to the role, previously working for the business and academic member organisation Cambridge Ahead. Matilda completed her DPhil in Geography and Environment at the University of Oxford in 2021. Her research explored the expansion of mineral resource development in Arctic Canada, and assessed the impacts of engagement mechanisms on public trust and support for resource development. Matilda also holds an MSc in Water, Science, Policy and Management, also from the University of Oxford.


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