- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict, peace and security
- Peace and development
Dr Elise Remling is a Researcher in SIPRI’s Climate Change and Risk Programme. Her work focuses on how climate and environmental change impact on human security, and on how international organizations are thinking about and responding to climate-related security risks. Elise has a background in both academic and policy-oriented research in the field of climate change and sustainable development with expertise on the social implications of climate change. Her research has centred particularly on the process of adaptation to climate change at different levels of governance.
Elise received her PhD in Environmental Sciences from Södertörn University, Sweden, in 2019. In her dissertation she looked at how climate adaptation is conceptualized and defined in policy and practice, and with what political effects. Her work has been published in high impact academic journals, including in Climate Policy, Environmental Politics, Climate and Development and Regional Environmental Change. Elise is a research fellow with the Earth System Governance Project.
Global; European Union; Germany; Small Island States, specifically Fiji; Kenya
PhD in Environmental Sciences, Södertörn University, Sweden; MSc in Geography, University of Hamburg, Germany; BA in Social and Cultural Anthropology and Geography, University of Münster, Germany