Caroline Kuzemko is a research fellow at the University of Warwick’s Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation (CSGR) primarily working on the GR:EEN project. She recently submitted her thesis on UK energy governance change from 2000 to 2010, which focused in part on the growing inter-relationship between energy and climate policy. She has co-edited a book on energy governance in the EU and Russia, and runs an international, inter-disciplinary energy network called PEEER (Political Economy of Energy in Europe and Russia). She convenes and delivers modules on ‘Energy in Global Politics’ for Warwick Business School’s energy MBA programme, and for the University of Exeter’s MSc in Energy Policy. Prior to starting an academic career, Caroline worked as head of emerging market equity sales (excluding Asia) at UBS Warburg, London.
Caroline’s research role within the GR:EEN work package on energy and the environment is a clear extension of her work so far in that she intends to explore further aspects of EU-Russia energy relations, as well as emerging inter-relationships between energy security and climate as policy areas. She is very excited to be a member of GR:EEN’s international, inter-disciplinary, and policy relevant project.