Adis Dzebo works at SEI Headquarters as a Research Fellow. His research focuses on global and transnational governance and the role of non-state actors in climate change adaptation.
Adis also works with the intersection between climate change and sustainable development, focusing on how we can overcome incoherence in national implementation of the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda. He is the lead developer of NDC-SDG Connections, an online tool that connects climate action to the Sustainable Development Goals. He is also the leader of the SEI Initiative on Global Finance.
Adis has previously worked on transition pathways towards sustainable development with regards to both adaptation and mitigation and particularly in terms of high-end scenarios.
Before joining SEI, Adis was a political advisor on climate and energy to the Green Party in Stockholm. He was also a research assistant at Lund University.
He holds an M.Sc. in Climate Change and International Development from University of East Anglia, United Kingdom. His masters thesis discussed to what extent the World Bank integrates climate change in its operations. Before that, Adis received a B.Sc. in ‘Political Science and Economics’ from Lund University, Sweden.
Adis is also a PhD candidate at Utrecht University Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development where his research is focusing on the transnational aspects of adaptation governance. It aims to explore and explain the role of non-state actors in adaptation governance.