Nolana E. Lynch is a national of Trinidad and Tobago actively engaged in achieving environmental and sustainable development objectives at the local, regional and international levels. She holds a BSc Honours degree in Environmental and Natural Resources Management and Physics and is currently pursuing her MPhil in Tropical Earth and Environmental Science. She has passionately conducted extensive research on individuals’ impact on the rate of climate change, the use of carbon management tools and the significance of gender in sustainable development. She was one of ten persons selected as a Caribbean Climate Champion for the British Council’s International Climate Generation programme. Ms Lynch is currently engaged in Sustainable Ecological and Land Management programmes at the CNIRD/ PISLM Support Office where gender mainstreaming is a key component of projects being implemented throughout the region.
Tunapuna, Tunapuna-Piarcoal, Trinidad and Tobago