Evelin Eszter Tóth is a Master of Environmental Management candidate at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies specializing in Climate Change Science & Solutions. She graduated as the valedictorian of her class from Middlebury College in 2017 with a B.A in Environmental Policy. Prior to Yale, Evelin was awarded a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship. As part of her fellowship project, she conducted a yearlong independent research on climate change adaptation in Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Taiwan, New Zealand, Fiji, Chile and the Galapagos Islands. Most recently, Evelin worked at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), where she supported the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform—an emerging work stream that seeks to elevate the voices of indigenous peoples in global climate policy. At Yale, Evelin has worked at the Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy and the Governance, Environment, and Markets Initiative. Evelin was born and raised in Hungary and attended the United World College of South East Asia in Singapore.