Anne Tadgell

Policy Analyst

Anne Tadgell is a policy analyst with IISD’s Resilience program. Based in Toronto, Anne’s work focuses on climate change adaptation, as well as the environment, conflict, and peacebuilding. 

Anne was previously a senior assessment officer working in humanitarian research and response in Afghanistan and Bangladesh for the Rohingya Crisis. Her work included developing and implementing qualitative and quantitative assessments that identified the needs of vulnerable communities. Her areas of expertise were in protection, emergency shelter, and informal settlements. 

With a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and a master’s in geography from the University of Waterloo, her research areas of choice include climate change adaptation for temporary migrant sites in the Middle East and Asia, and the intersection of climate change adaptation and humanitarian response strategies. 

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Areas of expertise
Environment, Conflict and Peacebuilding
Climate Change Adaptation
Humanitarian Response
Emergency Shelter
Informal Settlements
Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodologies
Staff type
Master of Geography, University of Waterloo
Bachelor in Environmental Studies, University of Waterloo
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