Nina Valin is a PhD student in the department of Environmental Policy Analysis of the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM) at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. She has a dual background in social and natural sciences, after she specialized in both public policies at Sciences Po Paris and in environmental sciences at AgroParisTech during her master studies. Lately, she developed a strong interest for the science-policy interface in environmental studies.
Nina Valin has joined the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network NEWAVE, hosted by Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, which focuses on water governance. Her PhD project in particular addresses the role of the interplay between experts, researchers, policy makers and civil society on policy intervention on water systems. This analysis will be pursued for the adoption and implementation phase of the legal text of the Water Framework Directive, which sets ecological quality objectives for European water bodies.
Environmental Policy, Water Governance.
2020: Master’s degree in Climate, Land Use and Ecosystem Services (CLUES), AgroParisTech, Paris-Saclay.
2019: Master’s degree in Public Policies, specialization in Energy, Resources and Sustainability, School of Public Affairs, Sciences Po Paris.
2017: Bachelor’s degree in Political Sciences, Sciences Po Paris.
2017: Bachelor’s degree in Physics, Université Pierre-et-Marie Curie, Sorbonne Universités.
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