Zoe Rennie graduated from Princeton University in 2021 with an A.B. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and dual minors in Statistics and Machine Learning and Environmental Studies. As an undergraduate, she worked for the Princeton University Office of Sustainability tracking emissions from the university’s vehicle fleet as well as buildings and energy use, and aided in programs to help reduce campus waste generation. While working with the World Wildlife Fund in Sumatra, Indonesia, she witnessed how climate change-exacerbated fires complicated the process of rainforest conservation and devastated the local ecosystem. After graduating, she worked as an intern for the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank where she researched climate-related financial disclosures and climate change-related property damage across the US. Zoe’s foundation in biology and passion for sustainability have led her to pursue the Master of Environmental Science and Management at the Bren School with a focus in Climate and Energy. She hopes to expand her scope of knowledge and learn the necessary skills to protect the integrity of natural systems under climate change, as well as communicate with stakeholders on climate policy solutions.