My main research interests are within the fields of climate and energy policy and politics, both in international and national settings. Much of my work examines the climate policy preferences of different actors, such as political parties, voters, and business actors. Current substantive foci include European climate and energy policy, business preference change, and social acceptability of climate mitigation measures.


Academic background

  • M.Phil. Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Oslo (2018-2020). (Political science, democratic actors and climate change policy, multilateral negotiations)
  • Law, University of Oslo (2018)
  • BA International Studies, University of Oslo (2014-2017). (Political science (IR), international law, economics, and history).
  • Exchange semesters in Fukuoka, Japan; Puducherry, India; and Washington D.C., USA.

Professional experience

  • Researcher, Fridtjof Nansen Institute (since 2021)
  • Intern, Permanent Mission of Norway to the UN in Geneva (2017)
  • Research Assistant, Government Accountability Project (2016)