Hanna Skryhan

Address: Sir Winstonchurchilllaan 283 F29, 2288DA Rijswijk, The Netherlands


E-mail: skrane4ka@gmail.com


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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).
  1. 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)
  2. 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)
  3. 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
  4. Shkaruba, A., Skryhan, H., Kireyeu, V. 2015. Sense-making for anticipatory adaptation to heavy snowstorms in urban areas. Urban Climate, 14: 636-649.