Marianne Pascale Bartels

Marianne Pascale Bartels

Senior Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Marianne Pascale Flynn is a senior research associate at the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies. Marianne joined the the 'Role and Potential of Unconventional Gas' group in 2013 and her work encompassed all aspects of the shale gas debate over the past few years but specifically on stakeholder dialogue and public engagement across Europe as well as greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions associated with a shale gas development in Europe. Marianne is now part of the Global Change and Arctic Sustainable Transformations (GloCAST) research team. Prior to joining the IASS, she worked in the oil and gas industry for five years on projects including conventional oil and gas, shale gas and coal bed methane exploration as well as geothermal drilling projects worldwide. Her experiences of the human implications of hydrocarbon exploration led her to her research at the IASS. Her work has encompassed all aspects of the shale gas debate over the past few years but specifically on stakeholder dialogue and public engagement across Europe as well as greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions associated with a shale gas development in Europe. Marianne lives in Potsdam with her husband and two children and is a keen marathon runner.