Kate Trigg MSc is a Project Manager at IHS, working upon advisory, training and research projects across all specialisations. She received her Master in Sustainable Development from Uppsala University in Sweden, where her thesis focused upon urban inequality and measuring gentrification within different boroughs of London. Kate is passionate about urban sustainability and also advocates multidisciplinary work practices, making IHS an ideal working environment.
Previously, Kate has worked as a project manager at EUR’s Risbo institute, managing the development of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) written and recorded at EUR on topics including Local Economic Development, Landscape Restoration and Climate Change Planning in African Cities. She has also worked at IHS before as an intern within the Urban Environment, Sustainability and Climate Change specialisation, where she worked upon projects for clients including UN-Habitat, the African Local Government Agency and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
Grafakos, S., Trigg, K., Landauer, M. et al. Analytical framework to evaluate the level of integration of climate adaptation and mitigation in cities. Climatic Change (2019).