Michael Oshchepkov is an economist specialising in energy markets, project development, and public policy. He currently works as an researcher at ENERPO Research Center, European University at St. Petersburg. He holds a Master’s degree of Economics and Finance from UNECON.
Hatyja Nuriyeva holds a Master’s degree in Development Policy with a concentration in sustainable development and strategic management from KDI School for Public Policy and Management. She currently studies at the Law College of the Seoul National University.
Andrea is currently a Master of Arts in European Public Policy student at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. He holds a Master of Science in Resource Economics and Sustainable Development from the University of Bologna. He is a climate activist previously involved with FridaysForFuture Italy and now running his own association The Climate Route.
Wendy Paredes holds a BSc in Chemical Engineering and is a Master in Environmental Systems graduate from the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey in Mexico.
Thomas Christensen recently completed a Master's in Environmental Policy & Technology as well as two years of research at Imperial College London's Centre for Environmental Policy. He has published journal articles in the rapidly growing field of the European bioeconomy and specializes in full value chain thinking and innovation.
Stephanie is a current masters student at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies studying International Economics and Energy Resource and Environment. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Vassar College.
Zahi Badra is an MA graduate from Berlin Technical University, involved with environmental issues as an academic, journalist and entrepreneur since the mid-2000's.
Peter is currently a graduate student at The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) concentrating in International Development and International Economics. Previously, he lived in Lagos, Nigeria for 5 years.