Passionate about exploring contrasts in landscapes and the geological processes that shaped them in the past, Judith seeks to reconsider fire as a beneficial process for human economic activity and ecosystem functioning. Her work is on identifying governance concepts that increase wildfire resilience and mitigate hazards at local, national, and European levels. By meeting diverse people, their motives and tools to modify landscapes today, Judith tries to grasp what it means to live with fire on a warming planet.
Skills and Abilities
Hands-on work | Planning
German, English, Spanish, Dutch
BSc: ‘Environment and bioresources management’ (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna)
MSc: ‘Earth Sciences: Geo-ecological dynamics’ (University of Amsterdam)