Mathilde Cegretin

Mathilde Cegretin
Central European University | CEU · Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy

Master of Science


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Publications (15)
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China has implemented family planning policies for over thirty-five years in order to control its population number. However, these policies may have impacted the environment, and specifically the domestic water resources. Therefore, through the modelling of population projections and water demand projections until the year 2030, this thesis will a...
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The Open Working Group (OWG) proposal on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the post-2015 developmental framework calls for defying the business-as-usual approach and managing these complexities through the adoption of universally applicable goals, tailored to different national realities and capacities. To exemplify this paradigmatic shift a...
Technical Report
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Several methodologies on assessing the environmental impacts of products are available for government, organizations, businesses and private individuals to choose from. These methodologies vary in, inter alia, comprehensiveness, complexity, resource availability and purpose. One of the most comprehensive methodologies is Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)...
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The post-2015 developmental agenda and the SDGs have been formulated to advance holistic global progress and enable the adoption of quantitative targets for all countries by recognizing their respective national realities and capacities. This research examines how global ambitions can guide national policy formulation by selecting the Italian Repub...
Working Paper
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Question (1)
I am currently researching the effects of the shift from the Chinese shift from its one-child policy to a two-child policy on water use. I am having difficulties forecasting future water availability for China. Any suggestions are much appreciated.