Gisele M. Arruda


Polar Research


Anvivo Polar Research

garruda [at]


24 Holborn Viaduct
London, LON EC1A 2BN
United Kingdom

Brief Biography

Prof. Dr. Gisele M. Arruda is a principal researcher in circumpolar studies in the field of Energy, Arctic, Climate Change, Environment and Society. She lectures and researches on Arctic Energy Management Systems, Renewable Energy, Climate Change and Arctic Studies (Impacts of energy and resources development on environment and communities). She has 30 years of experience in teaching and research and she is linked to and to the Global Energy and Sustainability Programme at Coventry University, UK. She is a Fellow of Higher Education Academy and a Fellow of Royal Geographical Society. She has worked as a scientific advisor to universities, examination boards, and as an international business manager and consultant in Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability for the energy and petrochemical industry. She has also been an advisor for governmental and non-governmental organizations advising policy-makers, elaborating reports and promoting change. Additionally, she supervises PhD students and supports post-graduation learning. She is involved in international publications and she is the editor-in-chief of Energy, Arctic and Climate Change International Journal and a reviewer for other international journals. She is the author of Renewable Energy for the Arctic: New Perspectives - Routledge


Sea Ice

Science Specialties

energy, socio-environmental assessment, climatology, human adaptation, social sciences

Current Research

Energy, Climate Change, Environment & Society