Annika Frosch (LL.M) is a PhD candidate at the European University Institute (EUI) (Florence, Italy). Her research focuses on the governance of ocean acidification and specifically on finding governance solutions which can deal with the scientific reality of this complex problem. Her work is interdisciplinary as she is, apart from legal considerations, also including political science frameworks and natural sciences in her work. To correctly link these disciplines together, she has been working with the Center for Environmental Policy & Behavior and the Bodega Marine Laboratory at UC Davis. For this scholarly exchange Annika won, in addition to her full scholarship, a Grant for Early Stage Researchers from the EUI. She holds a Master’s degree from the EUI, the University of Oslo and a Maîtrise from Aix Marseille University. In addition, she has collected teaching experience at the School of Transnational Governance, the EUI, and the University of Tübingen. At the EUI she is a member of the interdisciplinary research cluster in environmental challenges and climate change governance and works as a junior editor at the European Journal of Legal Studies (EJLS) as well as assistant editor at the European Journal of International Law (EJIL).