Lisa Dellmuth, PhD, is Associate Professor in International Relations at Stockholm University. Her research focuses on legitimacy and redistribution in EU and global governance, including environmental governance. Her research is published in journals such as British Journal of Political Science, Environmental Science & Policy, Journal of European Public Policy, Review of International Organizations, and WIREs Climate Change. Lisa is principal investigator of the GlocalClim project and responsible for modules 1 and 2 on global adaptation governance. She examines how, when, and why climate change adaptation is integrated in global governance, and when integrated 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 is responsible for module 3 on global governance responses to climate risks, and their effects on climate change adaptation in the global south. 

 

Elisabeth L. Rosvold, PhD, is postdoctoral researcher at Stockholm University, within the GlocalClim project and a researcher at the Department of Peace and Conflict Research at Uppsala University. Elisabeth received her PhD from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in 2019, and her research focuses on the interlinkages between disasters, armed conflict and aid. Her research has been published in the Journal of Development Studies and Development Policy Review. Within the GlocalClim project Elisabeth addresses modules 2 and 3, and is responsible for outreach.

 

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 and 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 integrated governance for 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. She started her career in research on international relations and environmental issues in 2011 as an undergraduate student. Suanne has an MSc in Environmental Change and International Development from the University of Sheffield, UK. She has worked as both a teacher and a research assistant mainly 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 the GlocalClim project, she examines the effectiveness of integrated climate change adaptation governance in indigenous communities in the Global South.

 

Karina Shyrokykh, PhD, is postdoctoral researcher at Stockholm University, within the GlocalClim project. Her research interests include European Union governance in European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) 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 framing of adaptation in international organizations.