Mira Tiwari is a Research Associate at the Robert Schuman Centre (RSC). At the RSC she works in Knowledge, Governance and Transformations
(KGT), part of the Global Governance Programme, and at the FSR in the Climate research team. At KGT she focuses on strategic foresight and critical measurement and data use in evidence-informed policymaking. At the FSR, she studies citizen perceptions of climate policy as part of the Horizon Europe project CAPABLE
(Climate Policy Acceptability Economic Framework).
Mira specialises in societal learning for sustainable development. To this end, she works on evidence-informed policy and on optimising the nexus between science, policymakers, and citizens. Her focus is on system approaches based on local knowledges, socioecological systems, decolonisation, and critical data use.
She currently holds a research position in Environmental Economics at the University of Siena, researching decarbonisation in the agricultural sector in the region as part of Agritech
, a PNRR project.
Mira has a Bachelor of Arts in Education Policy from the University of Cambridge and a Master of Sciences in Public Diplomacy from the University of Siena.