This Atlantic article features CEU Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy alumna Jessica Jewell and her research on fossil fuel subsidies.
CEU Professor Diana Urge-Vorsatz will co-chair the next meeting of IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) delegates in Edmonton (Canada) in March 2018.
CEU Assistant Professor Michael LaBelle participated in a workshop in Romania for entrepreneurs interested in innovation in environmental systems.
CEU alumna Jennifer Lenhart (ENVS ’05) wrote this piece upon returning to Budapest for the alumni reunion this year.
Professor Aleh Cherp of the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy at CEU dispels a popular misconception that it was Fukushima’s nuclear disaster that forced Japan to develop renewable energy in a recent letter entitled Energy policy: Renewables targeted before Fukushima, published in scientific journal Nature.
CEU Research Fellow Irina Molodikova wrote this piece in The Guardian about how the huge influx of Muslim refugees is awakening old fears in Central European countries, related not just to the Balkan Wars of the 1990s but also to ancient Ottoman occupation.
CEU alumnus Sergio Tirado, who received a PhD in Environmental Sciences and Policy in 2013, writes in the Huffington Post about the extraordinary efforts of Hungarian volunteers during the refugee crisis.
CEU President and Rector John Shattuck and Associate Professor Zoltan Illes are quoted in this Christian Science Monitor article on how countries of the former Soviet Union have fared since the fall of communism, and how some are leaning back toward Mother Russia.
CEU Assistant Professor Michael LaBelle is quoted in this Reuters article on Russia's new gas route proposal.