With twenty years of service, Dr. Goldfarb is an international environmental policy expert with scientific training in the area of climate change. She has extensive knowledge of the scientific community, international environmental bodies, and governmental agencies. For just over a decade, she worked at the International Council for Science (ICSU), where she represented the Council at meetings with organizations such as, UN’s Environment Programme, the UN’s Commission on Sustainable Development, UNESCO and many international environmental research organizations. While her academic training was done in the U.S., she has been based in France for the majority of her professional career. Currently she is an adviser to C3 Boulder: Climate Culture Collaborative and a visiting scholar at CSTPR until August 2016. She has authored and contributed to many academic articles, including an article in Science dealing with the Grand Challenges in the area of Global Sustainability. While at CSTPR, she plans to work on topics related to the science-policy interface with a focus on the international climate change assessment process.