Luiza Karpavicius is a Msc student in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics at the University of Copenhagen (Denmark). In 2018, she completed her Bachelor in Economic Science at the University of São Paulo (Brazil) with an excellence award due to her final thesis on the relationship between deforestation and malaria transmission in Pará (Brazil) being ranked the best final thesis of her year. She has ample experience being a research assistant on various topics within economics, like gender bias, labour economics and finance. She has also worked as a teaching assistant on environmental economics, and participated in relevant conferences on that field, which included being the youngest researcher to present a paper in a parallel session on the 24th Annual Conference of the Environmental Economists European Association in Manchester, UK. Luiza is very interested on the effects of climate change in developing countries, and passionate about studying complex environmental public policy issues.