Publications

Towards Innovation: What is the Nuclear Path and Who are the Actors

Who are the ones to favor atom in Hungary, and what distinguishes them from anti-nuclear ones? How is it possible that the path of nuclear energy can continue in the country even with a large-scale social rejection?

Eszter Mátyás, our PhD student had written a Hungarian blog post on her dissertation topic for the Political Science Institute's blog of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences receiving high interest.

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.

New book "The Ecolaboratory: Environmental Governance and Economic Development in Costa Rica" co-edited by Guntra Aistara

April 1, 2020

The Ecolaboratory: Environmental Governance and Economic Development in Costa Rica (University of Arizona Press, 2020) explores how Costa Rica, renowned for its exceptionalism within Central America, has balanced the contradictory demands of conservation and development, and what this reveals about current and future trends for environmental governance and sustainable development.

Energy Policy publication co-authored by our PhD Candidate, Steffen Bettin

Steffen Bettin, our PhD candidate has just published with co-authors (e.g. his external committee member Michael Ornetzeder) an article in Energy Policy. This endeavor helped him to narrow his focus for his dissertation and also made for this nice publication.

Professor Urge-Vorsatz Co-Authors Study Countering Climate "Doomism"

December 12, 2019

An antidote to the “doomism” lately fashionable among both climate activists and skeptics has been co-authored by CEU’s Diana Urge-Vorsatz. ‘Recalibrating climate prospects’ appears in Environmental Research Letters, the prestigious environmental studies journal.