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Esther Galende Sanchez


Former BC3 researcher

Esther Galende Sanchez

Main Research Field:
Climate Policy, Climate justice, Citizen participation, Deliberative democracy

Was employee in BC3 from 2019-06-03 to 2024-05-31

Short CV

Ester is a transdisciplinary researcher at the Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3), conducting a PhD in Political Science at the Autonomous University of Madrid. Her research focuses on how meaningful citizen participation may contribute to climate governance and the delivery of just, effective and legitimate climate action.

She has significant experience in Horizon Europe projects such as Paris Reinforce or SSH Centre.

She holds an MSc in Sustainability and Social Innovation (2019, HEC Paris), a BSc in Environmental Engineering (2016, Polytechnic University of Madrid), and a BSc in Journalism (2022, Complutense University of Madrid). Her previous experience is related to participatory processes in integrated water management and individual and community involvement in sustainability in the non-profit sector.

Journal Articles

  • 2021
  • Nikas, A., Skalidakis, S., Sorman, A.H., Galende-Sanchez, E., Koasidis, K., Serepas, F., Van De Ven, D.J., Moreno, J., Karamaneas, A., Koutsellis, T., Kanellou, E., Doukas, H. 2021. Integrating Integrated Assessment Modelling in Support of the Paris Agreement: The I2AM PARIS Platform. IISA 2021 - 12th International Conference on Information, Intelligence, Systems and Applications. DOI (10.1109/IISA52424.2021.9555502).

Other Publications

  • 2023
  • Varjú, V., Tagai, G., Cabello, V., Sorman, A.H., Robison, R., Foulds, C., Bálint, D., Galende Sánchez, E., Zindulková, K., Pálné Kovács, I., et al. 2023. Supporting the Social Sciences & Humanities across Southern and Central & Eastern Europe: A Position Statement for international climate, energy and mobility research. SSH CENTRE.
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