Georgia Hammersley

Research Associate, Indo-Pacific Development Centre
Areas of expertise

Climate adaptation, foreign aid and finance, decarbonising development

Georgia Hammersley
Biography
Publications

Georgia Hammersley is a Research Associate in the Lowy Institute’s Indo-Pacific Development Centre. Her research interests include international climate policy and finance.

Prior to joining the Lowy Institute, Georgia completed a Master of Science in Environmental Governance at the University of Oxford, where her research focused on resilience-based management of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. She holds a BSc with First Class Honours in Geography from the University of Nottingham.

A new global climate finance goal must balance need with political reality
A new global climate finance goal must balance need with political reality
Support from rich countries to poor ones is at the heart of the Paris Agreement – still the question remains how much?
COP28 agreement marks a milestone but does not go far enough
Commentary
COP28 agreement marks a milestone but does not go far enough
Originally published on Nikkei Asia
Half time at COP28: Reflections from Dubai
Commentary
Half time at COP28: Reflections from Dubai
Originally posted in The Samoa Observer
Half time at COP28: Reflections from Dubai
Half time at COP28: Reflections from Dubai
A new loss and damage fund is real progress­ – but on its own is far from enough.
Global Goal on Adaptation: Shaping a new framework at COP28
Global Goal on Adaptation: Shaping a new framework at COP28
Crafting a common metric might be a negotiator’s nightmare but it’s never been more urgent to help the world's most vulnerable.
Australia should rejoin the world's largest climate fund
Commentary
Australia should rejoin the world's largest climate fund
Originally published in The Canberra Times, 23 September 2023.
The crucial role for the Green Climate Fund – and why Australia should contribute
The crucial role for the Green Climate Fund – and why Australia should contribute
It’s vital to international climate solidarity and Australia rejoining is key to unlocking more global funding for the Pacific.
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