Polar and Mountain Environments
The polar and high mountains are the planet’s barometers, telling us a great deal about the present and future effects of climate change.
I am currently enrolled in an Arctic Studies Master’s Programme at Paris Saclay University. My primary interest goes to the Arctic Region and the mitigation of climate change and human activities’ pressures on its environment. My internship within GRID-Arendal’s Polar and Mountain Environments Programme will allow me to put in practice the knowledge I have gathered on cold regions’ climate, environments and people. During my time in Arendal, I will also work on my master’s thesis research project, focusing on the governance for Arctic migratory birds’ flyways conservation.
I also hold a master’s degree in International Relations – New Challenges and Crisis Management – from Sciences Po Toulouse and I aimed my thesis research at the cooperation between states in the Arctic region