Alumni News

Dr. Mariann Sz. Molnár, PhD alumna '18 published chapter of her thesis in Animal Welfare with Prof. David Fraser

Dr. Mariann Sz. Molnár defended her dissertation titled "What is the right thing to do? Perspectives on the 'moral imperative' and the 'ultimate goal' of farm animal welfare in Hungary" at the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy in 2018 under the supervision of Dr. Alexios Antypas.

MESPOM alumna'18 Anita Lazurko receives Trudeau Scholarship Award

May 26, 2020

From Canada to Europe to Sri Lanka to southern Africa, MESPOM alumna (2018) Anita Lazurko talks about her journey studying climate adaptation and transformations to sustainability in multiple cultural contexts. She is currently back in Canada for a PhD at the University of Waterloo and was a recent recipient of the prestigious Trudeau Scholarship Award. We are very proud! 

The Multiple Benefits of the 2030 EU Energy Efficiency Potential

October 16, 2019

Souran Chatterje, alumni PhD student and Diana Ürge-Vorsatz professor of our department co-authored an article together with other colleagues from different institutions on their research on co-benefits of energy efficiency. The open-access article was published in Energies as part of the Special Issue Electricity Demand Side Management and is available online

Alumna Dr. Yolanda Ariadne has drawn on her dissertation to publish two journal articles

Dr. Yolanda Ariadne Collins defended her Dissertation titled “REDD+ Unravelled: A Discursive Analysis of Neoliberal Forest Conservation in Guyana and Suriname” at the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy in May, 2017 under the supervision of Dr. Guntra Aistara.

Since then, Dr.

Methodology to measure threats to biodiversity

Yet another important publication co-authored by our Associate Professor Brandon P. Anthony, former student Luna Milatovic (MESP 16/17) and MESPOM Associated Partner, Anthony Swemmer (South African Environmental Observation Network/SAEON) is now out in Koedoe: African Protected Area Conservation and Science!

The research utilizes a methodology Brandon P.