Background and activities
Why do states often turn to foreign policy when looking for solutions to climate political dilemmas? This is important because we need to know more about what climate solutions that are politically feasible - for individual countries and when the international community searches for collective solutions to a global problem. This project highligts the political implications of the climate solutions that are implemented and the factors that shape the climate political room of maneuvering in public policymaking.
Areas of interest:
- Climate change politics
- Foreign policy
- Industrial ecology
- Political economy
- Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)
- Higher Executive Officer, The Government of Norway's International Climate and Forest Initiative, Norwegian Ministry of the Environment (2011-2013)
- Touring lecturer at the "Generation Green" campaign, Norwegian Environment Agency (2011-2014)
- MSc in Industrial Ecology, NTNU [Monterey Inst. of Int. Studies] (2011)
- Bachelor degree in Political Science, NTNU [Uni. de Genève] (2009)
- Trainee at the Permanent Mission of Norway to the United Nations in Geneva (2009)
- Non-commissioned officer school, Norwegian Armed Forces and Hedmark University College (2006)
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2016) How the global and national levels interrelate in climate policymaking: Foreign Policy Analysis and the case of Carbon Capture Storage in Norway's foreign policy. Energy Policy. vol. 97.
- (2014) The foreign policy of carbon sinks: Carbon capture and storage as foreign policy in Norway. Energy Procedia. vol. 63.