|Dr. Hanna Skryhan is researcher with a diverse expertise in energy efficiency, climate change, and waste management. In 2013-14 she took sabbatical at the Comenius University in Bratislava, where she focused on the issues of urban sustainability and energy efficiency. She was a principle investigator in projects on energy security in Belarus & Lithuania and EU and Russian dimensions in the security issues (funded by the Lithuanian scientific foundation, 2012-13), and climate-friendly cities in Belarusian context (2012-16). Her main research interests are sustainable urban planning, energy security (including the transferability of EU experience).
- Shkaruba, A., Skryhan, H., Likhacheva, O., Katona, A., Maryskevych, O., Kireyeu, V., Sepp, K., Shpakivska, I. 2021. Development of sustainable urban drainage systems in Eastern Europe: an analytical overview of the constraints and enabling conditions. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management (https://doi.org/10.1080/09640568.2021.1874893)
- Shkaruba, A., Skryhan, H., Likhacheva, O., Kireyeu, V., Katona, A., Shyrokostup, S., Sepp, K. 2021. Environmental drivers and sustainable transition of dachas in Eastern Europe: an analytical overview. Land Use Policy 100 (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2020.104887)
- Shkaruba, A., Skryhan, H. (2019). Chernobyl science and politics in Belarus: The challenges of post-normal science and political transition as a context for science–policy interfacing. Environmental Science & Policy 92:152-160. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2018.11.024
- Shkaruba, A., Skryhan, H., Kireyeu, V. 2015. Sense-making for anticipatory adaptation to heavy snowstorms in urban areas. Urban Climate, 14: 636-649.