I completed the MA in the European Studies program at NTNU in Spring 2020. I began working for NTNU Oceans through an internship in 2019 and continued until fall 2021. I worked with a variety of Ocean governance related research and policy, including pollution, plastics and energy transition. My main focus in the last few years been on the environmental impact of shipping, particularly emissions. I have examined the emissions policies regarding cruise ships in Europe and the possible applications for Hydrogen in the Maritime. In my current PhD project, I am interested in how and why actors of international organizations change or innovate policy in a multi-layered, multi-actor, global architecture and how the EU features in that process.