Pornlumon Nirachatsuwan (Net) works as a Research Analyst in the field of climate finance. She supports adelphi’s project portfolio in Asia, particularly in Thailand, on climate finance policy, climate-smart enterprise and the Impact Assessment Index.
Previously, Net worked as a research associate in the development sector at the Uganda National Academy of Sciences (UNAS). Her research focused on Uganda’s agricultural nutritionalisation.
Net completed a Bachelor of Liberal Arts and Science degree from Quest University Canada. Her main areas of study were in interdisciplinary research fields of sustainable agriculture, African philosophy and development. During her studies, she completed an exchange programme at the Royal Thimphu University in Bhutan and worked at the National Biodiversity Center where she contributed to a federal government germplasm program to conserve agrobiodiversity. She has a Master of Science degree in Forestry and Biodiversity Management from Makerere University, her dissertation focuses on the gendered perspective of Uganda’s forestry reform implications after 2001 on forest land tenure security and livelihoods.