Chunyu Liang (China), Class'07

I have a bachelor's degree in environmental engineering and I was taking my graduate study in thermal science and energy engineering at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, while working in the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) field at the same time. My research interests included wastewater treatment, the CDM as well as climate change, solid waste management, renewable energy and environmental assessment and management.

Jennifer Lenhart (USA), Class'07

I received my bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle where I studied International Studies and Development. Beyond academics, I have spent time in many fields. Among these, I was employed at the International Programs Office at UW and spent a year volunteering with children’s education in Les Cayes, Haiti and several months in Antigua, Guatemala. Additionally, I have worked with sustainability education for an NGO, (Sustainable Seattle) and with emerging environmental policies in Seattle, working with International Sustainable Solutions.

Marta Vetier (Hungary), Cohort I (2005-2007)

Since my childhood I have always turned with great respect towards the environment and nature surrounding us. I went hiking with my parents almost every weekend and as a teenager I was an active member of several nature-clubs. These influenced my decision to start my university studies as a landscape architect; I got my masters degree at the Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary) in 2004.

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