A legal researcher specialising in EU Environmental Law, whose PhD project addresses how the EU ‘governs’ light pollution and who mobilizes for this to change.
I am a legal researcher specialising in EU Environmental Law, most notably nature conservation and biodiversity protection. My current affiliation is with the European University Institute (EUI) as a PhD Candidate. This Ph.D. project addresses legal aspects of light pollution in an EU context – reflecting on how the EU ‘governs’ light pollution, and who mobilizes for this to change.
Other research interests range from Nature Restoration, EU Environmental Governance, Property Rights and Environmental Protection – as well as Legal Mobilization. For more information about my research, please see here.
Feel free to reach out to me with questions or comments. I look forward to the broad range of interdisciplinary contributions on this platform, that seek to tackle pressing questions related to the Anthropocene.
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