Noah Gordon is a Project Manager in the field of climate diplomacy. He works at the intersection of climate policy, security policy, and geopolitics. He writes for and curates the climate diplomacy team’s various public diplomacy formats with the aim of providing decision-makers with the right information. In addition, he edits and translates text for different teams across adelphi and researches global climate issues for adelphi reports.
Noah has years of experience as an international journalist, having written for The Atlantic, the New Statesman, Clean Energy Wire, and Euractiv, and Berlin Policy Journal. He was previously the Clara Marina O’Donnell fellow at the Centre for European Reform, a London-based think tank, where he wrote policy briefs on transatlantic relations, trade policy, and energy and climate policy as well as organised events to shape the policy discourse. He also edits reports for various geopolitical risk consultancies. As the recipient of a Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange fellowship for young professionals, Noah worked as a parliamentary researcher in the German Bundestag. He previously interned in the US House of Representatives in his hometown of Washington DC.
Noah holds a Master’s degree in the History of International Relations from the London School of Economics. His thesis was about refugees and racial violence in Germany in the early 1990s. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.