Meike Bukowski, Dr. rer. pol. (Ecological Economics, Faculty of Computing Science, Business Administration, Economics, and Law University Oldenburg) works at the University Salzburg in the department of Geography and Geology (AG Social Geography) and at the Center for Ethics and Poverty Research in a research project on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), focusing on the SDG 1 (Poverty Reduction) with the goal to develop and write an scientific options-report for Austria.
She has long-term experience in research and education of Ecological Economics, Social Justice, International Sustainability Science, Methods of Sustainability Science, and Developing Studies, predominantly for the Master’s Program SEM (Sustainability, Economics and Management). Within the international research project DEVSUS (Developing Sustainability) she conducted comparative research studies on “Conservation Justice and Conflicts” of poor and marginalized communities/quarters in conservation zones (inter alia in Tanzania, Zanzibar, Brazil, USA and Denmark). Furthermore, she published several articles (e.g. IJME), was review editor for “Environmental Values”, and initiator and representative for the University Oldenburg regarding the participation in the UN university network PRME (Principle for Responsible Management Education). Extramural, Dr. Bukowski was partner of Intrisus (Eco-Consulting) and research director for the Business Plan Schmiede (socio-eco consultancy for environmental business and project planning).
Sustainable Development, Ecological Economics, Social Justice, International Sustainability Science, Methods of Sustainability Science, and Developing Studies