Christiane is a quantitative researcher in NEF’s environment team, where she works on fisheries research. She has a strong interest in environmental economics, global development and research methods. Prior to joining NEF, she studied an MSc in Development Economics at SOAS, where she continues to work as a graduate teaching assistant.
The race to slash ‘red tape’ in post-Brexit Britain has begun. How can it be resisted?
Christiane Heisse and Emily Scurrah write for openDemocracy
Flybe’s near collapse should be a wakeup call for the government
Instead of cutting taxes on airlines, we should be using them to fight the climate crisis.
The British Government is Fuelling Climate Disaster
Christiane Heisse, Elena Luciano Suastegui and Yasmina Yehia write for Tribune
Landing the blame: overfishing in the Baltic Sea 2020
Uncovering the EU member stats most responsible for setting fishing quotas above scientific advice
Even our fish and chips matter in tackling the climate crisis
On National Fish and Chip Day, we need to make sure the British classic isn't contributing to our environmental crisis
Landing the blame: overfishing in the North East Atlantic 2019
Uncovering the EU Member States most responsible for setting fishing quotas above scientific advice