Karoliina Hurri is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center on Climate Politics and Security (CLIPS) at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs. She is part of the Academy of Finland funded project TRANSCLIM (2020–2024), which studies transparency and effectiveness in global climate governance. She gained her D.Soc.Sci degree in World Politics at the University of Helsinki in 2023. Her doctoral dissertation focused on the construction of climate leadership in the social interaction between Global North and South and she researched particularly China’s role in the UN climate negotiations. In addition, she has worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the project “Climate Responsibility as a Normative Cornerstone of Multilateral Cooperation?” at the Arctic Centre, University of Lapland.
Climate politics, China, climate leadership, Global North-South relations
Doctor of Social Sciences (World Politics), University of Helsinki, 2023
Master of Science (Development Geography), University of Helsinki, 2016
Finnish, English (working languages); Swedish (good)