Hannah Elisabeth Kurnoth
Master of International Affairs
Hannah Elisabeth Kurnoth works as a Consultant in climate diplomacy and climate security at adelphi. Climate change is the greatest political, social and economic challenge of our time – she sees a particular need for action in the local, national, regional and multilateral handling of its impact on international and human security.
“My work at adelphi supports the consideration of climate-related security risks in mediation, peacebuilding, peacekeeping and in diplomatic, development and defence strategies. It helps to create cross-governmental, cross-sectoral and cross-border approaches to climate-related security risks, enabling climate action to advance alongside sustainable peace and vice versa.”
Devlen, Lena; Lucas Destrijcker, Warren Hatch, Marc Koehler, David McCullough, Michael Hornsby, Hannah Kurnoth, Benjamin Pohl and Janani Vivekananda 2022: Seven questions for the G7. Superforecasting climate-fragility risks for the coming decade. Berlin: adelphi.
Maunganidze, Ottilia Anna. Co-authored by Janna Greve and Hannah Elisabeth Kurnoth 2021: Climate-Fragility Risk Brief: Southern Africa. Berlin: adelphi.
Kurnoth, Hannah Elisabeth 2021: Summary of the Inauguration Meeting of the Weathering Risk Strategic Advisory Board. Berlin: adelphi.
Kurnoth, Hannah; Janani Vivekananda 2021: Synthesis: Climate Security in 3D. Berlin: adelphi.