Judith Nora Hardt works as a postdoctoral researcher with the Franco-German research centre for social sciences Centre Marc Bloch. In 2014, Judith received her PhD (Dr. Phil) in International Relations from the University of the Basque Country (Spain). She worked as a lecturer for International Relations, nature conservation and socioeconomics at the Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development (Germany) and is part of the research group “Climate Change and Security” at the University of Hamburg since 2017. She has carried out several research stays abroad and is active in the Network of Scientists For Future. Her book Environment and Security in the Anthropocene: Assessing Theory and Practice was published with Routledge in 2018.
With association to the IFSH, she led the project “Climate change in security perceptions, conceptions and practice at the United Nations Security Council” (2019-2020), which was funded by the German Federal Foreign Office. Currently she works in a project titled “Multiple Crises: Entanglements of Public Health, Ecology and Security in Europe”. One of the central aims of her research is to overcome the several challenges of the climate security field and to thereby advance the development of the climate security agenda with the joined forces of the triangulation of theory and practice, developing new policy approaches and recommendations.
Hardt, Judith Nora,
Alina Viehoff. 2020.
A Climate for Change in the UN Security Council? Member States’ Approaches to the Climate-Security Nexus.
Research Report 005. Hamburg: IFSH.
Hardt, Judith Nora. 2020.
What crisis? Corona as a socio-ecological shock.
In: Centre Marc Bloch: Gesellschaft im Krisenmodus
Hardt, Judith Nora,
Jürgen Scheffran. 2019.
Environmental Peacebuilding and Climate Change: Peace and Conflict Studies at the Edge of Transformation.
Policy Brief 68. Tokyo: Toda Peace Institute.
Sonia I. Seneviratne,
Judith Nora Hardt,
Thomas F. Stocker,
Eckart von Hirschhausen,
Josef Zens. 2019.
The concerns of the young protesters are justified: A statement by Scientists for Future concerning the protests for more climate protection.
GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 28 (2): 79-87. DOI: 10.14512/gaia.28.2.3.
Hardt, Judith Nora. 2018.
Environmental Security in the Anthropocene. Assessing Theory and Practice.
Routledge Critical Security Studies. London: Routledge. DOI: 10.4324/9781315202471.