Justine is a physical geographer, with a specialization in polar environments. She is particularly interested in the interaction between people living in the Arctic and their changing environment. She also has a background in cartography, data and spatial analysis.
PhD in Geosciences, Department of Earth Science, Potsdam University, Germany, 2015-2018
MSc in Physical Geography, Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology, Stockholm University, Sweden, 2010-2013
BA in Geography, Paris I- Sorbonne University, France, 2007-2010
BA in Economy, Paris I- Sorbonne University, France, 2007-2010
Understands German and Russian
PhD student/researcher at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Germany, 2015-2018
Project Assistant, Mistra Arctic Future, 2014
Assistant in a pilot project development for climate education and action program, Swedish Society for Nature Conservation, Sweden, 2012
Related Research Projects
- Nordregio at the “Population Dynamics and Climate Implications in the Arctic” webinar
- Nordregio at the International Union for Conservation of Nature World Congress
- Gender equality in the Arctic – freshly published report!
- “Population on Permafrost in the Arctic” – new paper by Nordregio researchers!
- Permafrost thaw in the Arctic and sand extraction in Greenland – new articles from Nordregio researchers