Katarzyna (Kate) Negacz is a researcher at the Environmental Policy Analysis Department of the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM) at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. She has a background in Environment and Resource Management from Vrije University, International Economics from the Warsaw School of Economics, and Law from the University of Warsaw. Her MSc thesis addressed the potential of food production on salinized, degraded lands within the framework of the Interreg SALFAR project.
Katarzyna is currently working on the international biodiversity governance project with Philipp Pattberg and Oscar Widerberg in cooperation with the PBL
(Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency). She focuses on role of transnational cooperative initiatives with relevance for biodiversity.
Biodiversity governance, environmental policy, environmental economics.
2018: Master’s degree in Environment and Resource Management, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
2015: Master’s degree in Law, University of Warsaw
2012: Master’s degree in International Economics, Warsaw School of Economics
2009: Bachelor’s degree in International Economics, Warsaw School of Economics
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