Networks

Leadership roles

ISA: The International Studies Association

International Studies Association Environmental Studies Section

The Environmental Studies Section seeks a better understanding of feedbacks between human and natural systems within global, regional, and national contexts. We promote interactions within the scholarly community and encourage member engagement with practitioners and policy makers when appropriate. ESS supports innovative research, theoretical diversity, interdisciplinary perspectives, and the application of a wide array of methodologies for analyzing international environmental issues and global environmental governance.

For 2021-2023, I have been elected as an ISA-ESS officer and am a member of the Outreach Committee, which is responsible for getting the word out about ISA-ESS to a broader audience. In particular, it seeks ensure that graduate students, junior scholars, and scholars from underrepresented populations are aware of and find benefit from becoming a part of the ESS.


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RegGov Early Career Network

RegGov ECN is the early career network of the ECPR Standing Group on Regulatory Governance (RegGov), which aims to serve as an international platform for early career researchers (ECRs) specialising in regulatory governance to engage in career-related conversations and contribute to the generation of new ideas in the space of regulatory governance. I am a member of the Organizing Committee.


Membership

Bosch Postdoctoral Academy for Transformational Leadership

The Postdoc Academy for Transformational Leadership is designed to develop the next generation of leaders in sustainability and transformation research. I was a member of the second cohort (2019-2021), which focused on the key topic “Scaling sustainability”.


Earth System Governance Network

I am also a Research Fellow of the Earth System Governance Network. The Earth System Governance research alliance is the largest social science research network in the area of governance and global environmental change and takes up the challenge of exploring political solutions and novel, more effective governance mechanisms to cope with the current transitions in the biogeochemical systems of the planet.


Global Land Programme

I further am a member of the Global Land Programme‘s Working Group ‘Telecoupling Research Towards Sustainable Transformation of Land Systems‘. The Global Land Programme is an interdisciplinary community of science and practice fostering the study of land systems and the co-design of solutions for global sustainability.