Anaïs Voski

Division: Social Sciences
Position: Mentor
Years: 2018-2019

Anaïs graduated from the University of Cambridge with a master’s degree in international relations, where her research focused on the integration of climate change adaptation into the peace-building strategies of the United Nations and the European Union within the framework of environmental peace-building.

Prior to graduation, Anaïs worked with the Cambridge Climate Lecture Series and completed a five-month traineeship at the European Space Agency in Cologne, Germany, where she made multimedia training materials for astronauts and a short documentary about astronauts’ Direct Return Procedure from the International Space Station to the European Astronaut Centre in Cologne. She has also worked as an environmental journalist for Farm Radio International in Tamale, Ghana, and as a trainee reporter for The Wall Street Journal in London, UK.

Anaïs holds bachelor’s degree in political science and journalism from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada; her main research areas concentrated on emissions trading and environmental security. Within the latter, she published a peer-reviewed journal article on the relationship between armed conflict and climate change in Africa and the Middle East.

She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in environmental sciences and policy at the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary.