My master thesis will be focused on analysing the effect of sufficiency-enabling policies for the housing sector on global environmental impacts. I will include a spatial analysis of the German housing stock as a case study and use environmentally extended multi-regional input-output analysis (EEMRIOA) to quantify the impacts.
After attending the Beyond Growth conference in Brussels in 2023, my research aim has been to create resources that enable policymakers to push for a radical social ecological transformation. I am very interested in studying inequalities, challenging the growth paradigm and including a social and environmental justice perspective.
MSc in Industrial Ecology, 2022
Delft University of Technology and Leiden University
BSc International Business Exchange Semester, 2021
Toulouse Business School
BSc International Business, 2018