Doctoral Defenses

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2016

  • Anna Ruban - Tools of Environmental Governance in Country with Transition Economy: Ukraine as a Case Study
  • Andrea Farsang - The empowering potential of new communication approaches for sustainable lifestyles among young people 
  • Amanda Winter - Contested Sustainability and the Lifestyle Politics of Urban Greening
  • Agnes Botos - Industrial Chemical Regulation in the European Union and the United States: A Comparison of REACH & the Bipartisan TSCA Reform Bills
  • Noemi Gonda - “How to recaffeinate climate change": The politics of gender and climate change in post-neoliberal Nicaragua.

2015

  • Mara Kimmel - Fate Control and Human Rights: Land, Governance and Wellbeing in America’s Arctic
  • Diane Matar - STATUS OF CONCEPT IMPLEMENTATION AND MANAGEMENT EFFECTIVENESS OF BIOSPHERE RESERVES IN THE ARAB REGION
  • Gerda Jonasz - Keeping the Huerta alive : social landscape creation through an alternative economic space established by agro-entrepreneurs
  • Naira Harutyunyan - Transition from public to private provision of public services : the case of water sector in Armenia

  • Ksenia Petrichenko - Net-zero energy buildings : global and regional perspectives / Ksenia Vladimirovna Petrichenko

  • Sonja Koeppel - Transboundary water management and climate change adaptation : a comparative study of four European 

2014

  • Yulia Barabanova - Emerging climate justice discourse : perspectives of grassroots networks in the UK 

  • Fouad Khan - Scaling in cities as an indicator of energy consumption : what fractal analysis could tell us about 

  • Brendan Duprey - Natura 2000 : Bulgaria's Paper Park /

2013

  • Johan Liliestam - Energy security and renewable electricity imports: the case of a Supergrid connecting Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
  • Sergio Tirado Herrero - Fuel poverty alleviations as a co-benefit of climate investments : evidence from Hungary
  • Jessica Jewell - Energy security and climate change mitigation : the interaction in long-term global scenarios
  • Attila Szepesi - Defects of multinational emission trade systems : post-Kyoto recommendations based on the analysis of fraudulent practices and regional fuel price differences in multinational emission trade regimes 

2012

  • Tamas Dienes - Environmental assessment and policy options for solid waste systems and technologies in Budapest with EASEWASTE

 2011

  • Csaba Pusztai - Organizational aspects of learning for sustainability in local government : a study on Hungarian municipalities
  • Jolly Wasambo - Water governance and sustainable rural livelihoods : the case of irrigation reform at Wovwe, Malawi
  • Julia Leventon - We don't eat fish" science, policy and EU governance : the implementation of arsenic limits for drink
  • Plamen Peev - Local environmental governance and environmental rules on the ground in Bulgarian municipalities
  • Keti Medarova-Bergstrom - Pathways to sustainability : the case of environmental policy integration in EU structural and cohesion funds in Bulgaria
  • Veronika Czakó - Multilevel governance of climate change action : a comparative case study of front-runner cities in the UK and Hungary
  • Yuliya Voytenko - Bioenergy in Ukraine : sustainable pathways for the development of Ukraine's agro-biomass potential
  • Oliver Avramoski - Construction of place-based identities across scales : implications for ecosystem management

2010

  • Fiona Borthwick - Lecturer, Scottish Agricultural College, Edinburgh, Scotland. Dissertation: 'Environment and security: setting an agenda for international action and co-operation'
  • Maia Gachechiladze - 'Strategic environmental assessment follow-up: from promise to practice.Case studies from the UK and Canada'
  • Katarina Korytarova - 'Energy efficiency potential for space heating in Hungarian public buildings: towards a low-carbon economy'
  • Victoria Novikova - 'The economic potential of carbon dioxide emission mitigation from efficiency improvements in electricity end-use in the Hungarian tertiary sector'
    Strategic Environmental Assessment Follow-up: from Promise to Practice.
    Case studies from the UK and Canada

2009

  • Viktor Lagutov - 'Theory and practice of sturgeon species restoration: the prospects for natural reproduction in the Ural river'
  • Pawel Banas - 'Local authorities in implementation of environmental policy: evidence from Poland'
  • Silvia Rezessy - Researcher, European Commission's Joint Research Council.  Dissertation: 'Energy saving obligations in the context of Hungary's end-use energy efficiency policy and energy market'
  • Farhad Mukhtarov - 'The hegemony of integrated water resources management: a study of policy translation in England, Turkey, and Kazakhstan'

2008

  • Gergana Miladinova - 'Developing sustainable energy systems: policies, barriers and prospects for distributed energy generation in Bulgaria'
  • Aleksandra Novikova - 'Carbon dioxide mitigation potential in the Hungarian residential sector'

2007

  • Richard Filcak - Institute of Forecasting Studies, Slovak Academy of Sciences. Dissertation: 'Environmental justice in the Slovak Republic: the case of the Roma ethnic minority'
  • Dora Kulauzov - 'Strengthening the synergies of desertification and climate change policy subsystems in the Southern-Mediterranean region in the context of international development co-operation'

2006

  • Brandon Anthony - Associate Professor, Central European University.  Dissertation: 'A view from the other side of the fence: Tsonga communities and the Kruger National Park, South Africa'