Energy and Climate Program
Topics of interest
Justice system and access to justice, Constitutional and legislative reforms, Civil society development, Good governance, Human rights protection, Social inclusion of vulnerable groups, Green energy governance, Competitiveness and innovations, Energy policy and energy security, Poverty reduction, Social assessments and policy evaluations
BSc (Hons) Psychology, University of Surrey, United Kingdom
MSc International Public Policy, University College London, United Kingdom
Currently pursuing an LLM Law at New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria
Remina Aleksieva is an analyst for the Energy and Climate Program of the Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD). She is involved in several projects in the field of just transition, climate change adaptation and mitigation, climate justice and energy and climate security.
Before joining CSD, Remina gained her experience in the Bulgarian Ministry of Environment and Water as a policy officer working on environmеntal case law and Bulgaria’s strategy for climate change adaptation, the application of the Fit-for-55 package and the EU Green Deal. She has engaged in several projects looking at behavioural insights of sustainable behaviour, collective action and environmental policy. Remina has additional experience in behavioural and policy analysis, translating academic insights into effective policy responses.