Program Manager, Zero-Carbon Fuels
Alex Carr is CATF’s Program Manager for Zero-Carbon Fuels. She supports the delivery of program-wide strategies and activities, including coalition building, decision-maker advocacy and strategic communications, contributing to the expansion of zero-carbon fuels to drive down emissions globally.
Alex has several years of experience in developing and delivering intricate programs of work related to climate and energy policy and has worked on themes covering global coal phase out and just transition, climate-trade policy nexus, and emissions accounting related to consumption patterns.
Before joining CATF in January 2023, Alex was Programme Associate at E3G, supporting the delivery of the Fossil Fuel Transition program, primarily focused on the coal-to-clean energy transition. Her role spanned various elements of program support, including grant management, team expansion and coordination, output delivery and event assistance. She has extensive experience in events coordination, including policy dialogues, webinars, COP and other international fora side-events.
Prior to her time at E3G, she worked at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at LSE, where she engaged with a multidisciplinary team of researchers to develop research proposals and execute internal and external reporting activities. Earlier in her career, Alex worked at Climate Strategies as Programme and Communication Manager, delivering a range of climate and energy policy research projects, and for Keep Britain Tidy as a Senior Project Officer to support the introduction of a new waste management system.
Alex holds a BSc in Geography from Loughborough University and a MSc in Climate Change from the University of Copenhagen. She is from the UK and spent several years living in London before relocating to the Czech Republic in 2020, where she is currently based in Prague. Her hobbies include reading, cycling, attending live music events and hiking in the Czech countryside.