Ina Möller joined ENP through the Wageningen Graduate Schools PostDoc talent programme. She works together with Prof. Aarti Gupta on anticipation and transparency in the governance of climate change. Her principal research focuses on the politics of climate geoengineering, comprising a range of speculative, large-scale interventions into natural systems that are envisioned to stabilize global average temperature. She is also a core-member of Wageningen University's TRANSGOV project, analysing the implications of increasing demand and delivery of transparency in global climate governance.
Ina co-chairs a working group on the politics of geoengineering under the Climate Social Science Network, an international network of social science scholars who focus on understanding the political dynamics of climate change. She is also a research fellow with the Earth System Governance project, the largest network of social scientists engaging with interlinkages between social and environmental systems.
Ina completed her PhD at Lund University`s Department of Political Science in a project on institutional complexity in climate change governance, where she wrote her PhD thesis on the Emergent Politics of Geoengineering. She has an MSc in Environmental Studies and Sustainability Science from Lund University, and a BA in Political Science and Public Administration from the University of Konstanz. Prior to pursuing an academic career, she spent six months working for the United Nations Environment Programme office in Brussels.