Ines Ayostina is a second-year Master of Environmental Management candidate at Yale School of Environment, specializing in industrial ecology and energy. She aspires to enable public-private partnerships to drive circular economy in order to tackle climate change. Ines does research and writes on clean energy investment in Southeast Asia for the Yale Center for Business and Environment (CBEY) and she is a member of public-private partnership innovation at Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking. Ines is a CBEY 2050 fellow, EDF Climate Corps Fellow 2021, Ellen Circular Economy Pioneer Fellow, and Blue Pioneer Fellow. She is also part of the Indonesian delegation for COP26 UNFCCC in Glasgow, UK. Prior to Yale, Ines worked at World Resources Institute where she researches and design programs to advance climate-ocean agenda in Indonesia. Previously, she had worked as an environmental engineer at natural resources extraction company and designed sustainable infrastructure at an engineering consulting firm. She graduated from Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) with a degree in environmental engineering.