Emily supports the Science Team under the IMPACT project and focuses on the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) in the West African Region. Her scientific interests revolve around climate change adaptation and vulnerability and the linkages between science and policy in vulnerable regions, especially Sub-Saharan Africa.
During her studies, she worked as a student-assistant under the PAS-PNA project where she planned and implemented communication activities, as well as conducting research as part of her master thesis, focusing on the interfaces between science and policy for the planning of climate change adaptation in Burkina Faso.
Before joining Climate Analytics, she worked with Engineers Without Borders (UK) and the Gesellschaft für International Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), mainly on renewable energy projects in respectively Tanzania and Vietnam. Emily holds a Masters degree in Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure from the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.
- Briefing papers
- Adaptation and Resilience Emily Theokritoff, Tabea Lissner (2019)