Amar Čaušević works at SEI Headquarters on the Environmental Policy and Strategy team.
He works as a Policy Fellow supporting the “Development of the Environmental Strategy of Bosnia and Herzegovina” (BiH ESAP 2030+) project. He contributes to the work of the Stockholm Sustainable Finance Centre (SSFC) and SEI’s research examining the links between artificial intelligence and climate change.
He has extensive experience in environment, energy, finance and climate change-related issues. Prior to his current position, he worked on research examining the interactions between financial markets and the biosphere at the Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere Programme (GEDB) based at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. He has also worked on sustainability-related projects with the World Bank, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Carbon War Room. In addition, he has research experience in the field of climate security, collaborating with NATO’s Crisis Management and Disaster Response Centre of Excellence (CMDR COE).
He holds a Master of Arts in International Economics and Energy, Resources and Environment from the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University. He also holds a Master of Arts in International Relations and a Graduate Certificate in Project Management from Boston University. He completed his undergraduate education at Webster University, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in Management.