Marina Andrijevic joined Climate Analytics in early 2019, as a research analyst within the science team. She supports the economic core of the team with research and application of quantitative economic methods to climate change issues.
Since November 2017, Marina works as a doctoral student in the junior research group EmBARK, a consortium project between Humboldt University in Berlin and Climate Analytics. Her work within the research group focuses on barriers to adaptation and socio-economic development pathways.
Formerly, Marina worked as a project staff member at the Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital in Vienna where she was doing research on the relationship between of population dynamics and GHG emissions.
- Why climate scenarios need to better incorporate ‘adaptive capacity’ Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, Marina Andrijevic, 28 October 2019
- Livin' in the future - delaying climate action and intergenerational justice Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, Marina Andrijevic, Claire Fyson, 07 February 2019
- Peer reviewed
- Governance in socioeconomic pathways and its role for future adaptive capacity Marina Andrijevic, Jesus Crespo Cuaresma, Raya Muttarak, Carl-Friedrich Schleussner , Nature Sustainability, (2019)
- Incremental improvements of 2030 targets insufficient to achieve the Paris Agreement goals Andreas Geiges, Paola Yanguas Parra, Marina Andrijevic, Bill Hare, Alex Nauels, Peter Pfleiderer, Michiel Schaeffer, Carl Schleussner, Earth System Dynamics, (2019)