Crafting an effective treaty on plastic pollution: Emerging fault lines in the intergovernmental negotiations
This report examines the distinction between a bottom-up and a top-down approach to treaty-making.
I hold master’s degree in European Studies from the University of Gothenburg. Thanks to multidisciplinary nature of my studies, I developed my professional interests in the field of international cooperation and environment.
I gained my professional experience from international organisations such as the Council of the Baltic Sea States, United Nations University – CRIS and Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe. I also performed duties of a Junior Manager in a project in the framework of the ENI Cross-border Cooperation Karelia Programme.
These experiences exposed me to work with academic research, providing policy analysis and project support, while the Arctic region and Central Asia have become particular areas of my regional specialisation.
In my role at GRID-Arendal I am involved into project implementation, providing administrative support and assisting with communication activities.