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Raul Cazan

For more than a decade, Raul is researching EU’s policies in energy and climate change as a researcher at the environmental advocacy organization, 2Celsius. Currently he is working with the Brussels based Transport & Environment, European Environmental Bureau and Climate Action Network on issues related to transports, bioenergy and EU climate action. He published and researched for different entities in the EU and USA. He is also producing environmental media for different outputs in Central and Eastern Europe. Raul, educated in Law, also holds two master’s degrees in social sciences from the prestigious Central European University Budapest and University of Trento, Italy, encompassing research in environmental communication and media studies. For a few years he acted as an environmental consultant on energy and EHS (environment, health and safety) for consultancies such as ENHESA in Brussels or STC in San Francisco, CA. He recently co-authored a book on ecological connectivity in the EU published at Nomos, Germany.

Mihai Stoica

Mihai Stoica is co-founder and director at 2Celsius, in charge of overseeing the organization’s campaigns, liaising with partners and developing its network of supporters and alliances at national scale and EU level. For the past eight years, Mihai’s work for 2Celsius is lobbying and communicating on transport, bioenergy and climate policy both at national and EU level with specific focus on biofuels, bioenergy, air pollution, electro-mobility and cars and trucks standards. He also works as a freelance photo and video journalist and documentary filmmaker. He has studies in social and cultural anthropology at KU Leuven in Belgium and a graduate degree in communication sciences from the Ecological University in Bucharest, Romania.

Roxana Bucata

Roxana Bucată is an environmental communication specialist, working with various organizations to promote climate change related activities. She has a 10 year experience as an environmental journalist and worked with Romanian and European media outlets on topics such as energy transition, air pollution or climate justice. Currently, she is studying Environmental Sciences and Policy at Central European University.

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