Kristine Schi Nordvold
Kristine Schi Nordvold is a final year master’s student at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, part of the National University of Singapore and a Graduate Research Fellow in NUPI's Research group on climate and energy.
Her background is in the broad realm of international affairs, having previously studied international relations and law in the UK and China, interned at the Norwegian Mission to the United Nations in Geneva, and worked with Doctors Without Borders, Telenor, and others. During her time in Singapore, Kristine has developed an interest in energy policy, with a particular focus on South-East Asia. Her master thesis, which she is writing this spring, is on offshore wind opportunities in Vietnam. At NUPI, Kristine is looking forward to continuing researching energy and environment related matters, before starting as a graduate at NBIM in August.
2022 Master of International Affairs (MIA), Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University Singapore
2018 MA (Hons) International Relations and Law, University of Edinburgh
2022 Graduate Research Fellow, NUPI
2021 - 2022 Research Assistant, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP)
2021 Project Manager, Norwegian Business Association Singapore (NBAS)
2017 - 2021 Direct Dialogue Coordinator (and other positions), Doctors Without Borders (MSF)
2019 Intern, Permanent Mission of Norway to the United Nations in Geneva
2018 - 2019 Norwegian Delegate, Telenor Youth Forum
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28 Feb 2022
‘The ambition of the group is to be a driver for NUPI research on climate and energy issues,’ says Indra Øverland, head of the new research group.
24 Jan 2022
How is the international climate regime evolving? What are the implications of climate policy and the transition to clean energy for international po1