Researcher II, part-time post
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Key qualifications

Dr Annika E. Nilsson is an interdisciplinary researcher with a focus on the politics of Arctic change, communication at the science-policy interface, and adaptation to climate change. Recent work includes a focus on using participatory scenario methods to understand the conditions for sustainable development from local perspectives in a rapidly changing world. She is Researcher II at Nordland Research Institute, where she is involved in three different projects: FACE-IT (about Arctic Biodiversity and Livelihoods), PROVIDE (Paris Agreement Overshooting – Reversibility, Climate Impacts and Adaptation Needs), and Sustainable tourism in Svalbard – a Balancing Act. She has been engaged in several the Arctic Council assessment processes, such as Arctic Resilience Assessment and the Barents region study for Adaptation Action for a Changing Arctic (AACA).