Emily supports the Science Team under the IMPACT project. Her scientific interests revolve around climate change adaptation and vulnerability and the linkages between science and policy in vulnerable regions, especially Sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean.
Since September 2019, Emily has worked as a doctoral student in the junior research group EmBARK, a consortium project between Humbolt University in Berlin and Climate Analytics. Her work within the research group focuses on the assessment of barriers to adaptation in the Caribbean and West Africa.
Before joining Climate Analytics, she worked with Engineers Without Borders (UK) in Tanzania and the Gesellschaft für International Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in Vietnam, mainly on renewable energy projects. Emily holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure from KTH, the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (Sweden).
- Briefing papers
- Sustainable development through climate leadership - Opportunities for LDCs Anne Zimmer, Claire Fyson, Emily Theokritoff, Ziaul Haque and Tenzin Wangmo (2019)
- Key points for West Africa from the IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land Adama Faye, Quentin Lejeune, Mouhamadou Bamba Sylla, Oblé Neya, Emily Theokritoff, Sarah D'haen (2019)
- Towards a solid science base: loss and damage in the IPCC special reports Emily Theokritoff, Claire Fyson, Adelle Thomas, Olivia Serdeczny, Carl-Friedrich Schleussner (2019)
- Points clés pour l’Afrique de l’Ouest du rapport spécial du GIEC sur le changement climatique et les terres Adama Faye, Quentin Lejeune, Mouhamadou Bamba Sylla, Oblé Neya, Emily Theokritoff, Sarah D'haen (2019)