EARTH DIALOGUES 2013: MIRELLA JOHLER

Panel 3: Revitalizing multi-lateral cooperation and action (Part 1: Energy, Climate & Resources)

St. Gallen Student

Since autumn 2010, Mirella studies law, political science and sociology at the University of Innsbruck. She is currently doing a research internship at the Austrian Institute for Federalism, where she is in charge of updating the institute’s portfolio of legal and political Europeanization effects upon Austrian governmental structures.

Following her 2009 role as a Youth-Representative at the World Ressources Forum and the Twin World Congress on Resource Management and Technology for Material and Energy Efficiency in Davos/Nagoya, she attended lectures on systemic and sustainability-orientated thinking by Dennis Meadows at the Corvinus-University of Budapest in 2011. As a passionate Model United Nations veteran, she established her own Model United Nations program at the University of Innsbruck in 2012 and presides over the Innsbruck MUN Club. In 2013, she was selected to participate at the University of St. Gallen’s Challenge the Best Conference “The Future of Work”.

Apart from having developed a particular interest in issues of Europeanization, Contemporary Diplomacy and the European Neighborhood Policy, her research at the University of Innsbruck focuses on questions of resource and energy scarcity. She has previously worked on correlations between conflict and resource shortages in the Middle East. One of her BA projects will now deal with respective conflict potentials in the Eastern Neighborhood of the European Union.

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St. Gallen Student

Since autumn 2010, Mirella studies law, political science and sociology at the University of Innsbruck. She is currently doing a research internship at the Austrian Institute for Federalism, where she is in charge of updating the institute’s portfolio of legal and political Europeanization effects upon Austrian governmental structures.

Following her 2009 role as a Youth-Representative at the World Ressources Forum and the Twin World Congress on Resource Management and Technology for Material and Energy Efficiency in Davos/Nagoya, she attended lectures on systemic and sustainability-orientated thinking by Dennis Meadows at the Corvinus-University of Budapest in 2011. As a passionate Model United Nations veteran, she established her own Model United Nations program at the University of Innsbruck in 2012 and presides over the Innsbruck MUN Club. In 2013, she was selected to participate at the University of St. Gallen’s Challenge the Best Conference “The Future of Work”.

Apart from having developed a particular interest in issues of Europeanization, Contemporary Diplomacy and the European Neighborhood Policy, her research at the University of Innsbruck focuses on questions of resource and energy scarcity. She has previously worked on correlations between conflict and resource shortages in the Middle East. One of her BA projects will now deal with respective conflict potentials in the Eastern Neighborhood of the European Union.

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