Editorial Team

Lea F. Stöber

Studies in European Business Administration and Management. Doctoral researcher at the Department of Innovation Economics at University of Hohenheim.

Research interests: socio-economic transformations, sustainability transitions, sustainable innovation, innovation systems

Jonathan Friedrich 

Studies in Geography and Natural Area and Regional Management. Doctoral researcher at Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF), Müncheberg and Institute of Geography, University of Göttingen.

Research interests: social-ecological transformations, sustainability transitions in agriculture, bioeconomic transitions, agrifood-research, environmental justice.

Thiago Ferreira Quilice.

Studies in Discursive Struggles and Practices. Lecturer and researcher at the Federal Institute of Minas Gerais and Doctoral researcher at the Department of Business Administration at the University of Salamanca.

Research interests: structuration theory, institutional theory, sustainability transitions, multi-level perspective, agrifood-research, deforestation, corporate sustainability reporting.

Nkweauseh Reginald Longfor

Doctoral student at the Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies at Sophia University, Japan. His current research focuses on the energy transition with biomass waste in Cameroon.

Research interests: Sustainability transition, waste management, industrial ecology, circular economy, and urban sustainability. 

Friederike Elsner

Studies in food system transitions towards sustainability. Doctoral researcher at FH Münster University of Applied Sciences and Justus Liebig University Giessen. 

Research interests: sustainability transitions, food systems, food and nutrition, environmental sustainability, nutrition and health.

Elena Briones Alonso

Development Economics. Post-doctoral researcher at the interdisciplinary Sustainable Development group, HIVA Institute for Labour and Society, KU Leuven, Belgium.

Research interests: just transitions, circularity, regenerative economies, food systems and food policies, nutrition and health, biocultural diversity, rights-based approaches