Valentina Elena Tartiu
Position: Researcher Scientist, PhD
Phone: +47 982 94 057
Section: Vann og samfunn
Valentina Elena Tartiu is a Research Scientist, Ph.D. at NIVA's section for Water and Society. She holds a Ph.D. in Management (2011) and a M.Sc in English Communication for Business and Economics (2010) from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. Valentina has been involved in the sustainability field for a decade. Her research has focused on the interface between innovation, waste management, green chemistry, policy analysis and systems modelling, and paid particular attention to sustainability transitions towards a circular bioeconomy. She has gained valuable expertise in this field, being involved in several international research projects, COST Action TD1203 (EUBIS), Bioeconomy in Transition Research Group (BiT), ISWA Young Professionals Group. Between Nov. 2017 and Oct. 2019, she also held the project manager role of STAR-ProBio - a H2020 research project aiming at developing sustainability assessment tools for bio-based products.

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Scientific articles and Bookchapters

  1. Scordato, Lisa; Klitkou, Antje; Tartiu, Valentina Elena; Coenen, Lars; (2018) Policy mixes for the sustainability transition of the pulp and paper industry in Sweden. Journal of Cleaner Production ISSN 0959-6526. Vol 183 s1216-1227 doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.02.212
  2. Ferrari, Annalisa; Morone, Piergiuseppe; Tartiu, Valentina Elena; (2016) Tackling uncertainty through business plan analysis—A case study on citrus waste valorisation in the south of Italy. Agriculture ISSN 2077-0472. Vol 6 No1 doi: 10.3390/agriculture6010005
  3. Morone, Piergiuseppe; Morone, Piergiuseppe; Lopolito, Antonio; Lopolito, Antonio; Anguilano, Daniela; Anguilano, Daniela; Sica, Edgardo; Sica, Edgardo; Tartiu, Valentina Elena; (2016) Unpacking landscape pressures on socio-technical regimes: Insights on the urban waste management system. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions ISSN 2210-4224. Vol 20 s62-74 doi: 10.1016/j.eist.2015.10.005
NIVA began to register scientific articles in CRIStin in 2010, reports from 2014.