Nadine Suliman is a visiting researcher at ICCCAD. She has recently graduated from the University of Manchester with an MSc. in International development: Environment, Climate Change and Development. Prior to that, she has worked in the field of development and environmental consulting in Egypt for two years where she collaborated with donor organizations, governmental and private sectors on a diverse variety of projects including the National Enabling Framework for Solid Waste Management in Egypt (funded by GIZ), Palestine Environmental Information Systems (UNDP), Zero Waste Management Plan (Nestle & Mars factories), and Monitoring and Evaluation Guide and Framework for Donor Projects (Palestinian Water Authority). She is currently interested in exploring the multidisciplinary nature of development and climate change through engaging in different aspects, scales and sectors of vulnerability, adaptation and resilience as well as transformation.