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Speaker: Ágnes Roboz

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Assistant Lecturar and PhD Candidate at Corvinus University of Budapest

I believe in that the interdisciplinary thinking and approach is a pivotal tool of solving the complex environmental-social-economical questions. Tackling ecological problems should include the understanding of the social environment problems where they are embedded in. I seek opportunities to work in an academic or civil environment where I can integrate these two aspects.

Further researches mainly on multidisciplinary nature and social sciences such as Landscape Changing, Climate Change, Food Self-suffiency, Roma Integration, Participatory Action Research, Ethnography, Ecosystem Services, Environmental Justice