Tereza Maarova

Project Manager

Tereza Maarova is a Project Manager at the Research Centre for Environment, Economy and Energy and the Research Centre for Digitalisation, Democracy and Innovation of the Brussels School of Governance. Her experience spans across multiple disciplines and geographical regions. She has previously coordinated and developed several EU-funded projects on climate change adaptation and mitigation and human rights in Europe and the MENA region, such as the SOLMACC LIFE project. Tereza studied architecture at the undergraduate level with a focus on post-disaster reconstruction. Her Master’s degree was in international development and emergency management with research exploring the nexus between human mobility and environmental change. Currently, she is pursuing further studies in Sustainability and Adaptation in the Built Environment at the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT). 

Tereza is coordinating the Jean-Monnet Network “The European Green Deal: Governing the EU’s Transition towards Climate Neutrality and Sustainability” (GreenDeal-NET). The network involves a core of 12 universities across 11 European countries, ever expanding into a much broader global network of key players active in the field of climate and sustainability transition governance. Its overarching objective is to provide and enhance knowledge on the governance of the EU’s fair and effective climate and sustainability transition under the European Green Deal. It is designed to foster collaboration on new teaching, research and debating activities among the Network partners and the broader scholarly community in the field. Tereza is also involved in the project “European Digital Media Observatory for Belgium and Luxembourg” (EDMO BELUX), a hub on research, fact-checking and media literacy on online disinformation in Belgium and Luxembourg.