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Anastasia Mishustina is a PhD researcher at the Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS) and former C-EENRG researcher, University of Cambridge. Anastasia's research focuses on public-private partnerships in climate change mitigation, with a particular emphasis on the energy sector. Her interests and work experience cover national and international climate change and energy policies, sustainability, greenhouse gas assessments and reductions, international collaboration in climate change mitigation, climate change adaptation in developing countries, state-of-the-art technologies in the oil and gas and energy sectors.

Throughout her career, Anastasia has acted as a consultant for a number of government agencies and companies, including the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, U.K. Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, New York City Department of Environmental Protection, MichCon, Gazprom, and others. She has worked on a variety of energy and climate-related projects ranging from oil and gas economics to innovation management, and climate change mitigation and adaptation.  In her most recent role, she led the international development and management of a number of international climate change programmes, such as the Global Methane Initiative and Natural Gas STAR International.

Anastasia is a Fulbright alumnus and holds an MBA, as well as an MA degree in Economics from the University of Kansas (USA).

Former centre researcher
 Anastasia  Mishustina