Nada is a Sustainable Business & Net Zero Analyst at WRI Indonesia. She enables a net zero economy through industrial decarbonization. To reach that, she conducts technical assistance, research, and analysis to help companies implement science-based net zero emission targets in line with the 1.5C pathway for WRI’s multiple sustainability solutions (in the form of papers, products, and platforms) across the business, climate, energy, and plastic/waste portfolio. Some of her specialties include capacity building, GHG accounting, corporate sustainability or net-zero target setting and strategy development, emission abatement research, climate policy analysis, and business development.

Prior to joining WRI, Nada has been a long-standing contributor to The Climate Reality Project (a US-based environmental NGO), an advisor at the Ministry of Public Works and Housing (PUPR), and a former Student Council President in her university (ITB) where she is involved in climate advocacy and campaigns as well as producing policy analysis and recommendations. She was sent as Indonesia’s official youth delegation for several UN conferences such as UNFCCC COP 17 at Durban, South Africa. and UNEP TUNZA.

Nada graduated cum laude from Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) with a B.Sc in Environmental Engineering. She studies Bandung’s food waste generation, composition, characteristics, and its social, economic, and emission impact for her thesis and re-designed the wastewater treatment plant for several companies for her final design project.

In her spare time, she loves to watch movies, attend talks, play and watch music, read books, climb mountains, and ultimately discuss life with her closest circle.