Anne Nyambane

Former Academy Mo Ibrahim Fellow, Energy, Environment and Resources Programme


Anne Nyambane is hosted by the Energy, Environment and Resources Department. Her research interests lie on the links between sustainable energy transitions and energy governance, and how these impact on human wellbeing and contribute to poverty alleviation.

Previously, Anne was an energy and climate research associate in the Africa Centre at the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), where she focused on renewable energy technologies, demand and supply dynamics of energy resources, energy policy transfer processes and energy governance.

Between 2014 and 2016, Anne was hosted by SEI as an ecosystem services for poverty alleviation research capacity strengthening fellow, where she investigated the impacts of biofuel as a household fuel in southern Africa using an ecosystem services lens.

She also worked with the Marine Ecosystem Unit at the UN Environment in Nairobi.

Anne’s research at Chatham House unravels the local realities in the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals. Her fellowship is supported by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.

Past experience

2018-19 Academy Mo Ibrahim Fellow, Energy, Environment and Resources Programme, Chatham House
2016-18 Research associate, Africa Centre, Stockholm Environment Institute 
2014-16 ESPA research capacity-strengthening fellow, Africa Centre, Stockholm Environment Institute 
2013-14 Postgraduate intern, Division of Environmental Policy Implementation, United Nation Environment Programme