Kristina Zindulková is AMO Research Fellow with a focus on climate change and decarbonization.
In the Climate team, she deals with the question of how to decarbonise the Czech economy while avoiding negative social impacts in the coal regions.
Kristina graduated from Masaryk University with a degree in environmental and public economics with a short study visit in Canada, and is now studying socio-ecological economics in Vienna and Paris. She has been active at AMO since 2017 as a member of the Prague Student Summit preparatory team and the president of the UN Environment Assembly.
In addition, she worked on sustainability issues at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and was part of a research project at Masaryk University. She has participated in a research of mountain forests in Slovakia and Romania or mapped Czech watercourses with a project Together Against Drought and Floods.