Gloria Aldana is a Research Assistant at Resources for the Future. She graduated from Duke University's Nicholas School of the Environment in 2018 with a master's degree in environmental economics and policy and a certificate in International Development Policy from the Sanford School of Public Policy. Her current work at RFF includes energy and climate topics such as carbon pricing, social cost of carbon, and transportation, as well as fisheries and water resources in Latin America.
- MEM in environmental economics and policy, Duke University, 2018
- Certificate in international development policy, Duke University, 2018
- BA in global environmental change and sustainability, Johns Hopkins University, 2016