Kate DeAngelis is a senior international policy analyst, working to end public financing for fossil fuels and give a voice to affected communities. Prior to joining Friends of the Earth, she was a research analyst at the World Resources Institute, where she focused on international climate change issues. In addition, she lived in China teaching English and volunteering for an environmental non-profit. Kate received a B.A. in psychology and political science from the George Washington University and a J.D. from the University of Maryland.
Financing Climate Disaster: How Export Credit Agencies Are a Boon for Oil and Gas, October 16, 2017
Talk is Cheap: How G20 Governments Are Financing Climate Disaster, July 5, 2017
Devex, G20 countries need to stop using export credit agencies to finance fossil fuel projects, October 16, 2017
The Guardian, G20 public finance for fossil fuels ‘is four times more than renewables’, July 5, 2017
The Hill, G-20 countries talk climate action but finance climate disaster, July 5, 2017
Medium, Villagers suffer at the hands of Mozambique’s LNG gas development, Sept. 15, 2016