As the Friends of the Earth Fossil Fuels Program Manager, Nicole works to protect the public from dangerous big oil and coal money grabs, land giveaways, and the rollback of critical safeguards by exposing conflicts of interest and ethics violations at government agencies. She has spent over a decade fighting deadly fossil fuel projects across the globe, as well as the risky public and private finance that supports them. Nicole has facilitated global coalition meetings, presented at energy summits for civil society, government, multilateral development bank, and industry officials, documented project abuses in frontline communities, and led activist trainings. She received her bachelors from the University of California, Los Angeles and masters from the University of Sussex. Nicole is a certified yoga teacher, art museum aficionado, and literature student.
Huffington Post, New Report Finds G20 Nations Still Sending Billions in Public Finance to Fossil Fuels, July 5, 2017
Talk is Cheap: How G20 Governments are Financing Climate Disaster, July 2017
Huffington Post, Global Coal Plant Development in Freefall, March 21, 2017
Boom and Bust 2017: Tracking the Global Coal Plant Pipeline, March 2017
Boom and Bust 2016: Tracking the Global Coal Plant Pipeline, March 2016
Dirty Coal: Breaking the Myth About Japanese-Funded Coal Plants, April 2015