- Clarion Hotel The Edge: Margarinfabrikken 3, Tromso, Norway
- January 30, 2023
- Monday, 11:00AM to 12:30PM
- Hybrid event
- Arctic Frontiers Administration
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Emilie Broek, a Research Assistant at SIPRI working as part of the Sustainable Oceans team in Mistra geopolitics programme, will participate in Arctic Frontiers 2023 Conference.
At Arctic Frontiers 2023 Moving North, there will be seven science themes, covering a wide range of topics in physical and social sciences.
Emilie Broek will contribute to the Science Conference sessions theme on “Adaptive management of rapidly changing Arctic ecosystems using interdisciplinary and system-science approaches”. The aim of this theme session is to gather expertise on interdisciplinary and socio-ecological system approaches that support the adaptive management of the Arctic in the face of climate change.
Broek will deliver a presentation on “The Involvement of Civil Society Organizations in Arctic Governance”, research done in collaboration with Dr. Nicholas Olczak and Professor Lisa Dellmuth, Stockholm University.
The research was carried out under Mistra Geopolitics research theme focused on Sustainable Oceans, seeking to investigate the geopolitical impacts of states and stakeholders’ views on Arctic governance.
Mistra Geopolitics researchers on Sustainable Oceans
Emilie Broek is a Research Assistant with SIPRI’s Climate Change and Risk Programme. Her research focuses on international organizations and their responses to climate-related security risks. She is a part of Work Package 2 on Sustainable Oceans, working specifically on Project 2.3: Geopolitical Impacts on State and Stakeholder Views on Arctic Governance.
Nicholas Olczak is a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Economic History and International Relations at Stockholm University. He is also an associate fellow of the Asia Programme at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI). His research interests include East Asian international relations, global governance and international cooperation on climate change, and constructivist theory.
Lisa Dellmuth is a Professor of International Relations at Stockholm University. Lisa is leading the Research School of Mistra Geopolitics. Her research focuses on legitimacy and redistribution in global governance, and global climate change solutions. She leads the 5-year research program GlocalClim (Glocalizing Climate Governance: The role of Integrated Governance for a Just and Legitimate Adaptation to Climate Risks) funded by the Swedish Research Council for Sustainable Development (Formas).
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