Iddrisu Amadu is a PhD Candidate at the Environmental Policy Group at Wageningen University & Research. He seeks to apply interdisciplinary approaches to study the relations between environmental change and human mobility, focusing on the im/mobilities of the historically mobile/nomadic Fante fisherfolk in the West African borderlands, the gender dynamics, and the governance systems (mobility regimes) that shape these im/mobilities. Iddrisu obtained a BSc Environmental Science and MPhil. Integrated Coastal Zone Management degrees from the University of Cape Coast, where his research focused on the livelihood resilience of fisherfolk to decline in small-scale fisheries in Ghana. This research and master's studies were undertaken with a scholarship from the World Bank Africa Centre of Excellence in Coastal Resilience (ACECoR) at the University of Cape Coast. Iddrisu served as the Hub Leader of the Sustainable Ocean Alliances' University of Cape Coast Hub during his master's studies. He is one of the recipients of the 2021 Ocean Leadership Microgrants. He has served on various research assistantship and fellowship roles with both local and international institutions including Emperiks Research, the Centre for Coastal Management and the Environmental Justice Foundation. He is interested in research on environmental and climate change, human im/mobilities, social-ecological systems and small-scale fisheries.