Evelin Eszter Tóth is an analyst on the Climate and Environment team at the United Nations Foundation, where she focuses on international climate policy and research. Before joining the Foundation, she completed a Master of Environmental Management at the Yale School of the Environment. While at Yale, Evelin worked at the Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy and the Governance, Environment, and Markets Initiative. Evelin has also worked at the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat (UNFCCC), where she supported the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform. Prior to that, she was awarded a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, through which she conducted a yearlong independent research project on climate change adaptation in Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Taiwan, New Zealand, Fiji, Chile and the Galapagos Islands. Evelin holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Policy from Middlebury College. She was born and raised in Hungary and attended the United World College of South East Asia in Singapore.