Policy changes in the food-climate nexus (Marijn Faling)

In her PhD research Marijn Faling focuses on policy dynamics and pathways of influence of international norms on national policies in the climate change and food security nexus. The research is exemplified by the case of Climate-Smart Agriculture, a newly emerged concept that brings together agriculture, climate change, development and food security.

Marijn Faling has prior experience in research on disaster risk reduction, climate change, ecosystems, policy change and governance. She holds a research master in International Development Studies and a master in Political Science.