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Maryna Henrysson is a postdoctoral researcher at the Unit of Energy and Climate Studies at KTH. She has a PhD in Low-carbon Development Governance from the Technical University of Denmark, with focus on the politics of energy systems’ transformation and climate change mitigation governance. Maryna also holds an MSc degree in Environmental Studies and Sustainability Science from Lund University. Previously, Maryna has worked at UNEP DTU Partnership contributing to the policy analysis and capacity development activities for advancing climate change mitigation strategies and low-carbon economy in developing countries.
Maryna Henryssons’ research has been concerned with sustainability governance and focused on three key themes. First, theorizing and explaining the processes and practices of governing low-carbon transformation. Her work in this area has focused on the politics of climate change mitigation and transformation of electricity infrastructure in Vietnam and Mexico. Second, the theme of politics of international knowledge regimes and the roles of institutions in development of national climate change mitigation policies, explored in particular in the buildings sector in Vietnam. Third, the role of non-state actors in climate governance, in particular work centered on the role of international donors and carbon markets. Maryna Henrysson currently investigates the collaborative governance of innovation in industrial circular economy strategies in agri-food systems.