Ina Möller completed der PhD at the Department of Political Science at Lund University. Her work is in the field of climate change governance, where she focuses on the institutionalisation of ideas and the emergence of policies at the global level. Her research project explains the recent expansion of the debate on climate geoengineering, looking at the connectedness of scientific communities to the political realm and the role of various non-state actors in shaping the way we talk and think about climate geoengineering.

Recent publications include: 

  • Biedenkopf, Katja. 2017. Gubernatorial Entrepreneurship and United States Federal-State Interaction: The Case of Subnational Regional Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 35 (8): 1378-1400.
  • Biedenkopf, Katja, Sarah Van Eynde and Hayley Walker. 2017. Policy Infusion Through Capacity Building and Project Interaction: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading in China. Global Environmental Politics 17 (3): 91-114.
  • Adelle, Camilla, Katja Biedenkopf and Diarmuid Torney (eds.). 2018. European Union External Environmental Policy: Rules, Regulation and Governance Beyond Borders. Cham. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Rich Man’s Solution? Climate Engineering Discourses and the Marginalization of the Global South. (Frank Biermann and Ina Möller)