Nina Döring

Dr. Nina Döring

Research Group Leader

Nina Döring joined the Arctic Governance Group as Co-Research Group Leader in June 2020. Her research focuses on public participation, extractive resource management, anticipation, and change in the Arctic. She is also particularly interested in research ethics and Indigenous rights. She is co-leading the project on marine conservation in the Arctic and is working on a project on climate engineering in the Arctic.

Following her studies in International Economics and Development at the University of Bayreuth and the University of Oxford, she completed a Dphil (PhD) at the University of Oxford's School of Geography and the Environment. For her dissertation, she carried out research in west Greenland over a period of nine months in 2015/16.

  • Since June 2020: Co-Research Group Leader IASS Arctic Governance
  • 2019 - 2020: Fellow at the IASS
  • 2014- 2019: DPhil (PhD), University of Oxford, ESRC funded
  • Arctic/Greenland
  • Participation research
  • Extractive geological resources
  • Geoengineering
  • 2018: They don't know about the people who live here: Local non-participation in extractive resource management in Greenland - Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge, Uk
  • 2017: Public non-involvemnet in non-renewable resource management in Greenland - ICASS, Umeå, Sweden
  • 2017: Public involvement in non-renewable resource management: Understanding barriers to participation in the decision-making procss and how to overcome them - Nordic Geographers' Meeting, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2016: Public participation and non-participation in Greenland: Addressing questions at the nexus of citizenship, civil society, and power in natural resource management - RGS-IBG, London, UK
  • 2015: Presentation on public participation in decision-making in Greenland - IPSSAS, Fairbanks, USA
  • 2014: Local views and expectations in Greenland's emerging oil economy - NOPSA Congresss, Gothenburg, Sweden