University of Münster - Coordinator
I am an early stage researcher who joined the EU 1.5° Lifestyles team in February 2022. I hold a PhD in Social and Economic Sciences and an MSc in Social-Ecological Economics and Policy, from the Institute for Ecological Economics, WU Vienna, as well as an MA in International Relations from the University of St Andrews, Scotland. My doctoral research focused broadly on the social-ecological transformation of work, just transition, and environmental labour studies - including the connection between narratives praising work and overconsumption as "the good life" as barriers to transformation. I was also one of the organisers of the 2020 Vienna Degrowth Conference "Strategies for Social-Ecological Transformation" and continue to help out as the social media manager for the European Society for Ecological Economics.