- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict, peace and security
- Peace and development
Ann-Sophie is an intern in the SIPRI Climate Change and Risk Programme. She holds a Master’s Degree in Climate Change Management with a focus on European and international climate politics. Her primary research interests include the climate-conflict-nexus and environmental peacebuilding. Currently she is researching climate finance targeting fragile and conflict-affected states.
Prior joining SIPRI she completed a traineeship at the European Commission’s Climate, Infrastructure and Environment and Executive Agency (CINEA), where she assisted with the management and feedback to policy of several climate research and innovation action projects. During her studies she worked as a sustainability manager in a start-up and gained experience in regional climate change management in a German district administration. Next to her professional life, Ann-Sophie volunteers for two NGOs raising awareness about local climate change, while also advising on a just and sustainable transition.
Climate security, European politics, multilateral negations, environmental peacebuilding, nature-based solutions
M.Sc. Climate Change Management, University of Applied Sciences Weihenstephan-Triesdorf, Germany
B.Sc. Climate Mitigation & Climate Adaptation, University of Applied Sciences Bingen, Germany