Orsolya Nyárai

Orsolya Nyárai

Orsolya Nyárai

Biodiversity Policy Expert (CAP, Agriculture)

Orsi has worked for the past 12 years in the corporate Research and Development (R&D) field and at various environmental non-profit organisations. She has worked as a Project Manager and R&D Officer at a multinational company, as Office Manager and Project Coordinator at the Association of Climate-Friendly Municipalities, and as Director of Priority Programmes and Developments at the Herman Ottó Institute Non-profit Ltd. She is experienced in LIFE, Horizon 2020 and Interreg projects, as well as in various national rural development and energy-efficiency programmes.

Orsi holds an MSc in Environmental Management and Policy (Lund University, Sweden) and MA degrees in English and Communications (Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Hungary), as well as certificates in the fields of local climate change adaptation, sustainable cities, and circular economy. She speaks Hungarian and English.

She joined CEEweb for Biodiversity in 2019 and works as Biodiversity Policy Expert, being responsible for the activities connected to agriculture, farmland biodiversity and the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), as well as for coordinating tasks related to agro-ecosystems resilience.

In her free time, Orsi is an enthusiastic hiker, biker and fan of gardens in all seasons. True to her background in humanities, she is an avid lover of books, cultures and the human side of sustainable consumer behaviour, especially when it comes to land use and natural resource management.


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