Dr. Sarah Louise Nash is a political scientist and works as a postdoctoral researcher at University for Continuing Education Krems. She studied Political Science, German, and Human Rights at the Universities of Vienna, Edinburgh, and Glasgow before completing her PhD in Political Science in the Excellence Cluster ‘Integrated Climate Systems Analysis and Prediction’ (CliSAP) at the University of Hamburg. Her PhD focused on international policymaking and discourses on climate change and migration. Her first book ‘Negotiating Migration in the Context of Climate Change’ was published in 2019 with Bristol University Press and was awarded the 2021 Recognition Prize of the Federal State of Lower Austria. Her research focuses on the politics of climate change and migration, especially in Europe, international climate negotiations, framework climate laws, and climate politics in parliamentary systems. Her research is published in international journals such as Global Policy, Environmental Politics, Climate Policy, Nature Climate Change, and Movements.
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