M.Sc/MA Chloe Begg
Professional and Academic Career
05/2014 – current
Researcher in the EU-project TACTIC (Tools, methods and training for communities and society to better prepare for a crisis, 2014-2016) (http://www.tacticproject.eu)
Part of the coordination team and work package leader for WP3: preparedness communication and education material and practices.
05/2012 – 05/2014
Researcher in the EU-project emBRACE (Building Resilience Amongst Communities in Europe, 2011-2014) (http://www.embrace-eu.org)
Particularly involved in a case study which focuses on the resilience of German cities against demographic change and flooding.
05/2010 – 05/2012
Researcher in the EU project CapHaz-Net (Capacity Building for Natural Hazards Towards More Resilient Communities (http://www.caphaz-net.org)
Chloe was part of the CapHaz-Net coordination team. Her work within this project included a 6 month research placement at Lancaster University, UK (http://www.lec.lancs.ac.uk) at the Lancaster Environment Centre.
01/2010 – 04/2010
Central European University (www.ceu.hu), Budapest, Hungary
Department of Environmental Science, and Policy, M.Sc in Environmental Science, Policy and Management
03/2008 – 12/2009
Monash University (www.monash.edu.au), Melbourne, Australia
Department of Geography and Sciences, MA in Environment and Sustainability
06/2009 – 11/2009
Intern at Environment Victoria
(www.environmentvictoria.org.au), Melbourne, Australia
Victorian based environmental NGO.
* Research and development of a handbook focusing on community engagement and the successful management of river systems.
09/2009 – 11/2009
Intern at Office of the Commissioner for Environment and Sustainability (www.ces.vic.gov.au), Melbourne, Australia
Independent government auditing body for the State of Victoria.
* Research and information gathering for a strategic audit report. Focusing on Education for Sustainability (EfS).
03/2004 – 12/2007
Deakin University (www.deakin.edu.au), Melbourne, Australia
Department of Arts, BA in Media and Communications.
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