Lisa Dellmuth, PhD, is Associate Professor in International Relations at Stockholm University. Her research focuses on the political economy of international organizations, with special emphasis on aid, legitimacy, and climate change adaptation. Her research is published in journals such as the American Political Science Review, British Journal of Political Science, Climate Policy, and PNAS. Lisa is principal investigator of GlocalClim and examines how, when, and why international organizations integrate climate risks, and when global adaptation governance is fair and legitimate.

 

 

Maria-Therese Gustafsson, PhD, is Assistant Professor in Political Science at Stockholm University. Prominent themes in her research are local natural resource governance, social movements and political participation, and ethnographic research in rural areas in the global south. Her work has been published in journals such as Environmental Science & Policy, Extractive Industries and Society, Third World Quarterly, and WIREs Climate Change. Within the GlocalClim project, Maria-Therese studies the effects of global governance responses to climate risks on climate change adaptation in the global south. 

 

Therese Christoffersson is a research assistant at the Department of Economic History and International Relations at Stockholm University and a Master student in Global Political Economy. Her research interests include climate change, food security, agricultural production, and the global division of labour and labour migration. Within the GlocalClim Project, she coordinates the project team's work on outreach and contributes with quantitative data analysis. 

 

 

David Fornborg is a research assistant at the Department of Economic History and International Relations at Stockholm University and a Master student taking a degree in economic history. He contributes with quantitative data analysis, visualizations, and has an interest in applying natural language processing techniques to text and social media data. 

 

 

 

Max Gyrnik

Max Girnyk, PhD, is an Affiliated Researcher at the Department of Economic History and International Relations at Stockholm University. Within the GlocalClim project, he contributes with expertise in Machine Learning for research on climate change adaptation, international organizations, and textual analysis methodology. 

 

 

 

 

Darren Halpin

Darren Halpin is Professor of Political Science at the Australian National University. He has held tenured academic positions previously in the UK and Denmark. His research focuses on organized interests in politics (interest groups, thinks tanks, corporations, and lobbyists) and political representation, and the connections between the two. He has published in outlets such as the British Journal of Political Science, Governance, Journal of Public Policy and Journal of Public Administration. His latest book, with Anthony J. Nownes, The New Entrepreneurial Advocacy: Silicon Valley Elites in American Politics, is out with Oxford University Press. In GlocalClim he investigates the commitments of transnational corporations to sustainable development outcomes globally.

 

Kristiane Patt

Kristiane Patt is doing a research internship in the GlocalClim project. She is a Master’s student in Peace and Conflict Studies at the Department of Peace and Conflict Research at Uppsala University. In the past she has been a research and outreach intern at Amnesty International and the Bremen Information Center for Human Rights and Development. Her research interests include the connection of climate change to peace and conflict, especially in terms of how the uncertainty associated with climate change affects the stability of peace. In GlocalClim, Kristiane works on climate-related humanitarian aid and trust.

 

Jorge E. Rodríguez-Morales has a PhD in comparative environmental governance and works as a doctoral researcher in International Relations and environmental politics at the Department of Economic History and International Relations of Stockholm University. His research interests revolve around the links between environmental governance, sustainable development, and institutional change. His work has been published in journals such as Energy Research & Social Science, Sustainability Science, and Sustainable Earth, as well as in the IPCC Special report on Climate Change and Land. Within the GlocalClim project, he engages in a comparative analysis of climate change adaptation in Latin America.

 

Suanne Segovia-Tzompa is a PhD student in International Relations and Environmental Politics at the Department of Economic History and International Relations of Stockholm University. Suanne has an MSc in Environmental Change and International Development from the University of Sheffield, UK. She has worked as a teacher and research assistant in her home country, Mexico, and in organizations abroad. She has also experience in collaboration with international NGOs promoting equal development in different countries. Within GlocalClim, she examines indigenous people and the legitimacy of the UNFCCC and its climate change adaptation policies.

 

Karina Shyrokykh, PhD, is a tenured Senior Lecturer in International Relations at Stockholm University. Her research interests include European Union governance in European Neighbourhood Policy countries, international public administration networks, and effects of external democracy promotion. Her research has been published inter alia in European Journal of Public Policy, Journal of Common Market Studies, Democratization, Europe-Asia Studies, and European Foreign Affairs Review. Within the GlocalClim project, Karina focuses on climate change adaptation in the European Neighborhood, and the framing of adaptation in international organizations.

 

Evelina Jonsson is a research assistant at the Department of Economic History and International Relations at Stockholm University and a Master's in International Relations with a specialisation in Global Political Economy. Her research interests include climate adaptation and green conversion. She contributes to the GlocalClim research project with quantitative and qualitative data analysis.

 

 

Former staff:

Elisabeth L. Rosvold, PhD. Elisabeth received her PhD from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in 2019, and her research as a Glocalclim postdoc focused on outreach and the interlinkages between disasters, armed conflict and aid. Her research has been published in the Journal of Development Studies, Development Policy Review, and PNAS