During her studies, she became increasingly interested in the research fields of environmental governance, corporate social responsibility, and the science-policy interface. Her master’s thesis dealt with the risk communication of novel technologies, particularly carbon capture and storage in the Netherlands.
She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Geography and International Development from the University of East Anglia in England, which centred heavily on resources and energy management, especially in developing countries.
After graduation, she was actively involved in supply-chain sustainability research through internships and volunteering work at various non-profit organisations. She has been working as a researcher at The Hague Institute for Global Justice since 1 February 2012.
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