Emma Arnold has a PhD in Human geography from the University of Oslo, where she is presently employed as a postdoctoral research fellow.

She has a multidisciplinary background and has been educated in physical geography, environmental sciences and policy,  and human geography.

She is originally from Montréal, Canada, and has studied and worked in Canada, Greece, Hungary, Norway, and Sweden.

When she is not conducting research or painting space fish, you can find her tending to her little garden, out exploring on her electric bicycle, swimming in the Oslo fjord where she is a part-time mermaid in summer, and trying to remember how to ski in the Oslo forest in winter.

A full list of her publications is available on Google Scholar and on ORCID. You can follow her on Instagram @artandenviroment or on twitter @emlarnold. You can reach her on email at emma.arnold @