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Title: Research Fellow
Role: Co-leader, SEI Initiative on Behaviour and Choice
Expertise: China, climate change
Marie Jürisoo is a Research Fellow at SEI Stockholm focusing on mostly international climate and energy policy.
Marie first joined SEI in December 2008. Much of her work has focused on climate and energy policy in China, with a special focus on China’s international climate policy. Marie also has experience from various projects on national and international climate and energy policy, topics ranging from climate finance to access to sustainable energy and international land investments.
Marie is interested in the changing geopolitical dynamics in international cooperation on energy and climate, notably shifting balances of power between emerging and industrialised countries.
Marie holds an MSc in Asian Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. She has worked for the Swedish Energy Agency on Swedish international climate policy, mostly market mechanisms in the UNFCCC, and been an East Asian fellowship holder at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs.
Bringing clean, safe, affordable cooking energy to Kenyan households: an agenda for action (Discussion brief - 2016)
Ethanol: towards a viable alternative for domestic cooking in Ethiopia (Discussion brief - 2015)
Global context of mineral resources in northern Europe: geopolitical and sustainability dynamics (Discussion brief - 2015)
Can low-carbon options change conditions for expanding energy access in Africa? (Discussion brief - 2014)
Can carbon revenues help transform household energy markets? (Policy brief - 2014)
The geopolitics of China’s rare earths: A glimpse of things to come in a resource-scarce world? (Discussion brief - 2014)