Isabel Baudish

MSc, Research assistant

Isabel’s research is intertwined with a litany of projects in affiliation with Stockholm Resilience Centre, all connected by the red thread of food system transformation and justice. She works with the highly anticipated second EAT-Lancet Commission (EAT-Lancet 2.0), which explores healthy diets from sustainable food systems, produced, processed, distributed, and consumed fairly and within Planetary Boundaries. Her research includes a systematic review of demand-side interventions in food environments, and a narrative history of food protest. In addition to this, Isabel has been researching the politics economy of protein within just food system transformation, and the threat chokepoints pose to the resilience of global trade systems.

Isabel has a Bachelor (Honours) in Renewable Engineering and a Bachelor of Arts (Development Studies) from the University of New South Wales, Australia. Projects associated with her work and study spanned cases in regional Australia, India, Solomon Islands and the Philippines. Her thesis explored the potential of community engagement strategies to improve deployment models for remote electrification projects.

 She has several years of experience working with education for sustainable development at universities, with a focus on participatory facilitation, and design and systems thinking pedagogies. 

She concurrently studied a Master’s programme in Entrepreneurship at Uppsala University with her thesis examining the role of student sustainability projects within sustainability transformations. Isabel also has experience in and a passion for podcasting and science communication.

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