Anika is a Project Officer for IISD and works with the Resilience and Energy programs. Her work has focused on the green economy, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs), North American climate change mitigation policies, as well as adaptation and resilience-building in developing countries and Canada. Her previous work in sustainable development includes experience in the Manitoba Eco-Network’s Water and Climate Change program and as a member of the Manitoba Roundtable for Sustainable Development. Anika was also an accredited Youth Delegate to the UNFCCC COP 17 in Durban, South Africa. Anika’s international training has given her strong intercultural experience that supports her work with diverse teams.
- The Adaptive Watershed: Training program for inclusive, ecosystem-based watershed managementThe Adaptive Watershed (TAW) is watershed-based ecosystem management that explicitly addresses the need to understand and manage for a rapidly changing climate, while also incorporating the needs of vulnerable communities and women.