Evelin Toth

Senior Analyst, Climate Policy and Research

Evelin Eszter Tóth is a Senior Analyst for Climate Policy and Research with the United Nations Foundation, where she supports the Foundation’s work on international climate policy. 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 also completed a graduate internship 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.