Wendela de Vries is researcher/activist at Stop Wapenhandel, an independent peace organisation in the Netherlands of which she is also co-founder. She is member of the Steering Commitee of the European Network Against Arms Trade and coordinates the international working group on Arms, Militarisation and Climate Crisis. Ms. de Vries studied International Relations at the University of Amsterdam. Research interests include EU military industry and Relation between climate crisis and militarisation. Contributions to publications and books including “Locked-in Emissions: The Climate Change Arms Trade” (Cairo Review of Global Affairs 2021) and “Climate Collateral, How military spending accelerates climate breakdown” (TNI, Stop Wapenhandel and TPNS 2022).