Yuliya Voytenko is a postdoc researcher, research project leader and a coordinator for MSc programme in Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management (MESPOM). She holds a PhD in Environmental Sciences and Policy from Central European University (Hungary) and a postdoc from Graz University of Technology (Austria). Her PhD and postdoctoral work was on innovative business models for biomass based energy systems in Ukraine, Denmark, Sweden and Spain. Yuliya’s main activities include research and education projects on sustainable urban transitions, virtual meetings, business models and organisation for sustainable energy systems, sustainable transportation and mobility, and energy policy evaluation. She was involved in projects with international organisations including UN FAO, OSCE, UNEP, UNDP and EEA.
Strategies for low-carbon infrastructures
Bioenergy, virtual meetings, innovative value creation (business) models, organisation for sustainable energy systems, sustainable mobility, sustainable urban planning
Enabling the Transition to a Bio-economy: Innovation System Dynamics and Policy
The research project focuses on the question “what promotes and hinders transition pathways to the development and deployment of integrated biorefineries in Sweden?” Contributing to the literature on sustainability transitions, the project examines the role of incumbent and emergent industries,
Governance of Urban Sustainability Transitions
European cities face a pressing challenge to provide economic prosperity and social cohesion while achieving environmental sustainability. In response, new ‘living labs’ – sites devised to design, test and learn from social and technical innovation in real time – are being formed.
Implications and reporting of virtual meetings
The goal of the project is to develop a framework and to propose a credible and applicable routine for the reporting of VMs by public authorities, as well as develop methods for monitoring and consequence analysis of the increased VM use.
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- Effects of Virtual Meetings on Individuals and Organisations in Swedish Public Authorities: Survey results from Swedish Energy Agency, Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and Swedish Transport Administration
- Innovative value creation models for sustainable living
- Resfria Möten: vad blir effekterna och hur redovisar man dem?
- Bioenergy in Ukraine: Sustainable pathways for bioenergy development
- Denmark: Lessons from the Global Leader in Straw-to-Energy
- Effects from Virtual Meetings on Individual Level
- Organisational frameworks for straw-based energy systems in Sweden and Denmark
- Pathways for agro-bioenergy transition in Ukraine
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