- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict, peace and security
- Peace and development
Dr Florian Krampe is the Director of SIPRI’s Climate Change and Risk Programme. His particular focus is on peace and conflict research, environmental and climate security, and international security. His work bridges academia and policy and focuses on the foundations of peace and security, especially the processes of building peace after armed conflict in regions highly exposed to climate change.
Krampe’s work informs policymakers, including several UN organs and agencies, as well as other multilateral institutions and governments, who he regularly advises on their work on climate change and security.
Dr Krampe is an Affiliated Researcher at the Research School for International Water Cooperation at the Department of Peace and Conflict Research at Uppsala University and a Specially Appointed Professor at Hiroshima University, Japan. Krampe is a member of the Editorial Board of Environment and Security.
Climate security, post-conflict peacebuilding, Sustaining Peace, environmental and water security, Environmental Peacebuilding, political sociology
Global; South Asia, specifically Nepal and Afghanistan; East and Southern Africa; Balkans
PhD, Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University; MA, Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University