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Kiri Hanks is a policy adviser in the food and climate justice team, and leads Oxfam International's fossil fuels and energy policy work. She started work at Oxfam GB as a climate change policy adviser. Kiri has recently authored reports for Oxfam including Let Them Eat Coal, and The
EU's 2030 Climate and Energy Package: Fit for a food and energy secure world? and has contributed to a number of Oxfam publications from climate finance, to private sector climate change initiatives.
Prior to joining Oxfam, Kiri spent a number of years as a political researcher for MEPs in the European Parliament, working on climate change and health legislation (including tobacco regulation), as well as development issues. She has a Masters in EU Studies from the College of Europe in Warsaw, Poland.
Whether you love Valentine's Day or hate it (don't worry, we've all been there), this year we're celebrating the holiday a little differently. Forget roses, chocolates, and unrequited...
Jessica Marsh, Kiri Hanks
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