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I am a solutions-oriented ecological economics PhD student. In my PhD thesis I address the structural causes of global environmental problems and how these root causes could be solved with transformational change, to achieve global and holistic sustainability.
May 2017 - August 2017
Town of Nokia
- Follow-up biomonitoring study to evaluate atmospheric pollution via epiphytic lichen diversity. • Independently executed a study from planning to reporting. • Collecting field data. • Interpolation of field data with ArcGis. Analysis with R.
May 2015 - June 2015
- Research Assistant
- Data collection on Glaucidium passerinum, Aegolius funereus and Falco tinnunculus, including inspection rounds on nests, catching adults, ringing and taking measurements, hematocrit measurements and counting Trypanosoma parasites.
My aim is to uncover how the foundational structures of the prevailing socioeconomic paradigm are connected to global environmental problems such as climate change and biodiversity loss, and whether the most common solution proposals take this into account, thereby either strengthening or questioning their merit as tools for reaching the world envisioned by the UN Sustainable Development Goals.