Bijeta Lamichhane

Data Analyst

Bijeta grew up in Nepal and received her Bachelor of Arts in mathematics and communication studies from The College of Wooster in 2022. She has experience in survey research, data analysis, journalism, and marketing.

At Climate Transformed, Bijeta works in collaboration with various departments and provides the team with marketing, production, as well as logistical support. She finds comfort in nature, and is passionate about helping to create a world that prioritizes protecting our planet. 

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March 16, 2023

Tackling Industrial Plastic Recycling

To claim success in developing a circular economy for plastic, billions of kilograms of hard-to-recycle plastics must be transformed into reusable circular materials. We chat with several companies driving this goal and discuss the enormity of the logistical and technological challenges in tackling plastic waste.

March 14, 2023

Why Voluntary Carbon Credits are not a Commodity

Marcelo Labre, CEO of Viridios AI, joins Paul to discuss his recent white paper. He believes Voluntary Carbon Market (VCM) credits are a fundamentally misunderstood asset class. They are being positioned as a commodity when, in reality, they are much more like corporate bonds. Classifying and treating voluntary carbon credits appropriately as an asset class will unleash the full potential of this asset cla

March 7, 2023

The Role of Insurance in Growing the VCM

As part of our series on rebuilding trust in the VCM, we look at the role of insurance, pre, and post-certification, as a tool to mitigate risk and encourage capital deployment.

March 2, 2023

How is Europe Replacing Russian Oil & Gas?

The Ukranian invasion exposed the deficiencies of EU energy policy via its dependence on Russian gas. While Brussels fast-tracks its efforts for a renewable future, natural gas will remain the dominant fuel for the industry for the rest of the decade. With few long-term contracts in place, how does the EU ensure secure gas supplies in the years ahead?

February 22, 2023

Is a Wave of European LNG Contracts Underway?

A discussion about how booming U.S. liquefied natural gas production has helped Europe displace Russian natural gas imports. Going forward, buyers on the continent will need to sign more long-term LNG supply contracts to ensure energy security and to help avert the record high prices of 2022 in the future. The conversation between Natural Gas Intelligence and Climate Transformed will focus on how those negotiations are evolving in a competitive global market and a bit about how such deals would conflict with Europe’s broader environmental targets.

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