I graduated with a Master's degree in Geography from the University of West Hungary, and then received my doctorate summa cum laude from the Eötvös Loránd University Doctoral School of Environmental Sciences. My main area of expertise is environmental geosciences, including climate science and agroclimatology. I have been doing research on climate change for almost 12 years. I have received several awards for my research work, including the National Excellence Scholarship twice, the Eötvös Loránd Student Scholarship, and the Alma Mater Medal. Prior to joining the Climate Policy Institute team, I worked in the private sector, where I gained insight into specific market and economic processes. In my spare time, I spend my days in Csörnyeföld, Zala County, when I can, as a hobby winemaker. I play squash every week and regularly take part in voluntary environmental work.