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Brooke Moore
Policy Analyst
Brooke Moore is a Policy Analyst in the Sustainable Prosperity for Europe Programme at the European Policy Centre.

Before joining the EPC, Brooke held a research position with the Democracy Institute where she contributed to projects pertaining to intergenerational justice and civic engagement under the European Green Deal. Prior to this, she held a position as Projects Manager and Research Associate with SEEK Research Network, directing projects on loss and damage, and climate-induced migration. 

Brooke holds a MSc degree in Environmental Science, Management, and Policy with an emphasis in EU Governance, Politics, and Justice. During her degree, her main research interests pertained to EU and international climate justice policies, with her articles on these topics featured in environmental law and management journals. She additionally holds a BA degree from UC Santa Barbara in the majors of Environmental Studies, Global Studies, and German.

PROGRAMME

Sustainable Prosperity for Europe

PROJECTs

Areas of expertise

International environmental governance, climate justice, EU civic engagement, climate-induced migration, intergenerational justice, US climate policy

Current positions

Policy Analyst

Education

Msc in Environmental Science, Management and Policy, Central European University
BA in Environmental Studies, Global Studies, and German, University of California, Santa Barbara

Languages

English, German, Spanish (basic)

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Publications

Agriculture / COMMENTARY
From protests to policy: What is the future for EU agriculture in the green transition?
By Stefan Sipka , Marialena Stagianni , Brooke Moore - 14/02/2024
Climate / COMMENTARY
Beyond COP28 – loss and damage: From ambition to reality
By Brooke Moore - 15/12/2023




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