PROBLEMSHIFTING: a research programme on the complex dynamics of problem-shifting in global environmental governance

Research Students

Masters Projects

Research Students
Amy Sun
Do nature-based solutions create more problems? A case study of a private company-led agroforestry project in Indonesia
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Laura Bengel
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Sem Jans
Estimating problem shifting from the Minamata Convention on Mercury: An assessment of the policy response and unintended impacts induced by the implementation of the Minamata Convention
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Leon Wagenknecht
Imagining a multiplanetary future: Elon Musk's impact on the sustainability discourse
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Lucie Oelschläger
NGOs – the holistic protectors of the environment? A network analysis on the interconnection of climate and biodiversity in Germany's climate NGOs
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Elliot Kelly
Cascading problems through the Ramsar Convention
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Renate Reitsma
Future-proofing institutions by entering dangerous territory
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Jannah Wijermars
Facilitation for the future: The Ozone Secretariat's role during the Kigali Amendment negotiations
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Christopher Krüger
A computational analysis of environmental treaty decisions
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Thomas Gruben
The effects of short-termism on environmental problem shifting
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Minttu Hänninen
Directionality of problem shifting between international environmental regimes and its impacts on fragmentation
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Jonathan Hirschhäuser
Environmental problem shifting between international environmental treaty regimes

Honours Projects

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Claire Hermsen
The politics of net environmental benefit analysis
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Jia Qi Hu
Conceptualizing environmental problem shifting
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Sara Matthée
Designed as cover-up, rebelling as solution: Minimising negative impacts of response measures through expert input to reduce problem-shifting Under UNFCCC
Research Students
Barbora Kvasničková
Designed as cover-up, rebelling as solution: Minimising negative impacts of response measures through expert input to reduce problem-shifting Under UNFCCC

Bachelor Students

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Annaflavia Tarullo
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Cléo Dorel-Watson
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Finnur Ricart Andrason
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Jasper Zoon
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Laurens Pardede
Research Students
Lukas Krüger
Research Students
Renske de Boer
Research Students
Sebastian Fortineau

Former Research Assistants

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Ricardo de Bruijne
Bright Minds Assistant
Research Students
Lucie Oelschläger
Bright Minds Assistant
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Mara Scheibenreif
Bright Minds Assistant
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Amy Liebregts
Project Assistant
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Gabriel Costa Macedo de Arruda
Research Assistant
Research Students
Heikke Merilin Raidma
Bright Minds Assistant
Research Students
Pien Barnas
Outreach Assistant