E.M.H.R. (Elisabeth) van de Grift
Elisabeth van de Grift holds a BSc in journalism and an MSc in cultural anthropology. Her ethnographic research focused on social and ideological dynamics among members of a local sustainability initiative in the United Kingdom. Before Elisabeth started her PhD on controversial energy technologies, she worked as a communications consultant for a variety of organizations, like UNEP-WCMC and the CGIAR’s Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security programme.
Responsible innovation: linking formal and informal assessment in decisionmaking on Energy projects.
NWO Responsible innovation project on controversial energy technologies. Aim is to develop a methodology to enrich the assessment of energy projects by linking formal assessmentto societal informal assessment.
Elisabeth van de Grift
Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management
Room number: B2.080
Organisation & Governance
Qualitative-quantitative research methods