Current ECIN activity coordinators

ECIN coordinator: Jonas Schoenefeld,
PhD Researcher: Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia
Research interests: environmental policy, climate policy, policy evaluation, European Union
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Twitter: @JSchoenefeld





Pawel Pustelnik

Policy brief series coordinator: Pawel Pustelnik,
PhD researcher: School of Planning and Geography and Planning, Cardiff University
Key research interests: emissions trading, EU climate policy, NGO – state interface, EU-US climate policy
Website: click hereTwitter: @pav_nik


CarolaBetzold_Bild_kleinPolicy brief series coordinator: Carola Klöck, 
Lecturer: University of Göttingen and Affiliated Researcher at Institute for Development Policy and Management (IOB), University of Antwerp, Belgium.
Key research interests: climate change adaptation; development aid; small island developing states.
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Version 2Policy brief series coordinator: Jeremy F.G. Moulton
Researcher: School of Law and Politics, University of Hull
Key research interests: EU climate action, multi-level governance, city-based climate action, political myth
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Twitter: @jfmoulton



Paula Castro

SNSF and ECIN workshop coorindator: Paula Castro,
Post-doctoral researcher: Department of Political Science, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Key research interests: international environmental policy and politics, climate policy, renewable energy policies, participation of developing countries in climate change mitigation, institutional design, negotiations
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Paul Tobin

ECIN workshop coordinator: Paul Tobin,
Lecturer: University of Manchester, UK
Key research interests: climate policy pioneers; the impact of austerity, European climate policy
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Twitter: @_paul_tobin_



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Working paper series coordinator: Nicole Schmidt,
Post-doctoral researcher: Institute for Political Science, Heidelberg University
Key research interests: climate change, adaptation and mitigation policy, comparative politics, public policy
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Working paper series coordinator: Thomas Thaler,

Post-doctoral researcher: University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna – Institute of Mountain Risk Engineering
Key research interests: natural hazards, risk research, political economy, environmental economics, economic policy, political theory, political geography, regional economy, environmental policy
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Version 2Working paper series coordinator: Brendan Moore,
PhD Researcher: Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia
Research interests: 
policy feedback from greenhouse gas emissions trading, European Union climate change policy, the EU Emissions Trading System
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Chris DonaldsonAWG coordinator: Christopher Donaldson,
PhD researcher:
Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia
Key research interests:
climate change adaptation, flood and coastal management, environment policy, environmental governance, political geography, political economy, political theory
Website: click here
Twitter: @chrsdonaldson

James PattersonAWG coordinator: James Patterson,
Post-doctoral researcher: The Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM) Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Key research interests: institutional innovation, cities, water governance, climate change adaptation, transformations
to sustainability, purposeful collective action
Website: coming soon…
Twitter: @jamespatt10




ECIN members

Karoline Steinbacher2Karoline Steinbacher, 
PhD Researcher: Environmental Policy Research Centre, FU Berlin & Doctoral Research Fellow, Energy Technology Innovation Policy group, Belfer Center, Harvard Kennedy School
Key research interests: policies for renewable energy, politics and political economy of energy transitions in industrialized and developing countries, green industrial policy, policy transfer and diffusion, climate governance.
Website: click here 
Twitter: @TheEnergiewende


Sebastian SewerinSebastian Sewerin
Post-doctoral researcher: Energy Politics Group, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich), Switzerland
Key research interests: (renewable) energy policy, policy change, methods for policy assessment, comparative policy analysis, policy mixes
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Marlene KammererMarlene Kammerer
Post-doctoral researcher: Department for Political Science, University of Zurich, Center for Comparative and International Studies (CIS)
Key research interests: climate change mitigation, multilevel governance, policy networks, interest groups, epistemic communities
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ToyinToyin Adejonwo-Osho
Lecturer: University of Lagos, Faculty of Law, Department of Public law
Key research interests: climate chance policy, climate change governance, participation of developing countries in climate change mechanisms, linkages between climate change and sustainable development, environmental policy
Website: coming soon…






Maria Pregnolato

Maria Pregnolato
Post-doctoral researcher: Newcastle University
Key research interests: flooding impact, catastrophe risk modelling, risk and uncertainty, climate Change, urban adaptation, urban resilience, urban planning and governance
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Twitter: @MariaPregnolat1


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Meike Levin-Keitel
PhD Researcher: Leibniz University Hannover, Germany, Institute of Environmental Planning
Research interests:
environmental policy, spatial planning in Europe, water management, planning theory, urban planning and governance, planning culture
Website: click here




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Joanne Vinke de Kruijf
Post-doctoral researcher: Institute of Environmental Systems Research, University of Osnabrück, Osnabrück, Germany
Key research interests: governance of water resources and climate change adaptation, multi-level learning processes, international collaboration, policy and knowledge transfer, methods for policy evaluation and comparative analysis
Website: click here
Twitter: @JoanneVinkeK






Stefano Carattini
Post-doctoral researcher: Haute école de gestion Genève & Grantham Research Institute, LSE
Key research interests: cooperation in the climate commons, climate policy and political economy, environmental taxes, policy evaluation
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Neslihan Kulozu
Assistant Professor: Ataturk University, Faculty of Architecture & Design, Department of City and Regional Planning
Key research interests: participatory planning, governance, social aspect of participation, environmental problems, climate change
Website: click here





andy-nyamekyeAndy Bonaventure Nyamekye
PhD Researcher: Public Administration and Policy Group/Water Systems and Global Change Group, Wageningen University and Research, Netherlands
Key research interests: Climate Adaptation, Responsible Innovation, Agricultural Policy, Public Administration, Development Sociology, Water Governance, Climate Governance
Website: click here
Twitter: @AndyNyamekye1



matthew-bachMatthew Bach
Researcher: Dutch Research Institute for Transitions (DRIFT), Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Key research interests: non-state actors in climate and natural resource governance; transnational business governance; energy transitions
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Twitter: @matthewbach





Lisanne Groen
Researcher: Low Carbon Technology Transfer Project, United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS), Tokyo, Japan
Key research interests: low carbon technology transfer, international climate change governance, European Union climate change policy, effectiveness, performance
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Twitter: @Groen_Lisanne






Pierre Bocquillon
Lecturer: EU politics and policy, School of Politics, Philosophy, Language & Communication Studies, University of East Anglia
Key research interests: Comparative politics, political economy, energy and climate change policies, European politics, European Union
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Twitter: @PBocquil



Daniel Torunczyk
Post-doctoral researcher: National Scientific and Technical Research Council (Conicet) Postdoctoral Fellow
Departement of Sociology, Universidad Nacional de La Plata.
Key research interests: Globalisation and Environment; Climate Changes politics; Energy Transition; Socio-environmental conflicts, Latin America, Qualitative Methods.
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Erick Velazquez
PhD Researcher: Department of Environmental Policy Analysis at the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM), Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Key research interests: Water governance, institutional change, adaptation and resilience
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Twitter: @erickvelaz4



Marielle Papin
PhD candidate: Université Laval, Political Science Department, Canada
Key research interests: climate governance, international relations, cities, environmental policy, complexity thinking, network analysis.
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Muhammad Mumtaz
PhD Fellow: Public Administration and Government at Fundacao Getulio Vargas, Sao Paulo Brazil
Key research interests: Climate adaptation governance at regional, national, and sub-national levels
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Çağdaş Dedeoğlu
Post-doctoral researcher: 
Department of Religion, University of Florida, USA
Key research interests:
Political ecology of religion, greening of religions, religion and climate change adaptation, critical ecological security
Website: click here
Twitter: @CagdasDedeoglu 




Dina Zayed
PhD Researcher: Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex
Key Research Interests: Climate adaptation, participation, hybrid governance, climate politics, public inclusion and development
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Twitter: @dinaz15





Siddharth Sareen
Postdoctoral Researcher: Department of Geography & Centre for Climate and Energy Transformation, University of Bergen
Key research interests: solar energy governance, institutional change, accountability relations, infrastructure politics, the political economy of energy transitions
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