Driven by a passion for conducting scientific research that will influence public policy and generate positive social change, Chloe Scott is a Research Associate at Clear Seas Centre for Responsible Marine Shipping, a Canadian independent not-for-profit research centre that supports safe and sustainable marine shipping in Canada. Prior to joining the Clear Seas team, Chloe completed her MSc International Business, for which she wrote her dissertation on the implications of increased maritime traffic on the Arctic blue economy, in London, UK.
Chloe is currently a fellow in the Arctic Spring College Humanities Intensive (The Arctic Institute) and has been a participant in both the 2020 and 2021 Arctic Frontiers Emerging Leaders cohorts. A member of APECS, Chloe’s research interests include international development goals for global maritime routes, understanding climate change impacts in the Arctic’s ocean economy, and mitigation of the impacts of a changing blue economy on Indigenous rightsholders. As a Canadian learning and working in an era of Truth and Reconciliation, she is particularly passionate about the protection of Indigenous rights in the circumpolar Arctic and learning how one can better work an alley when conducting research within Arctic communities.