Fellow, Polar Research and Policy Initiative, UK
Nic Craig is a fellow of the Polar Research and Policy Initiative (PRPI), specialising in energy and climate change.
Based in Denmark, Nic contributes to PRPI’s work on the UK’s energy relationship with Arctic states and is currently writing a chapter for the book 'Renewable Energy for the Arctic: New Perspectives’ to be published by Routledge in 2018.
He is also currently completing a postgraduate degree in Climate Change at the University of Copenhagen and has previously spent time studying in Finland at the University of Helsinki.
Nic has a background in renewables and energy policy and before moving to Copenhagen spent his time working on the Britain Stronger in Europe campaign. He is particularly fascinated by the new opportunities that a changing Arctic brings and the interconnectivity of natural, commercial and social factors in the region.