Noah is a research assistant and interested in climate litigation claims that bring political discussions about Loss and Damage into the courtroom.
Noah holds a PhD in Social Anthropology from the University of Manchester. His work focusses on the knowledges and notions of responsibility at stake in discussions about climate change. His research follows climate justice claims between the Peruvian Andes, German courts and UN Climate Summits, exploring how legal activism reframes climate politics.
Before beginning his doctoral research, Noah worked for the environmental NGO Germanwatch as a scientific and legal advisor on climate litigation. He remains actively involved in discussions with legal practitioners and activists on the development of legal mechanisms for climate justice.
In his spare time, Noah enjoys cooking and skateboarding.