Marian Jacobs is a PhD student at the Department of Geography. He holds a BA in Political Sciences and Law (University of Erfurt), a MA of International Relations (University of Warwick) and a MSc in Environment, Politics and Globalisation (King's College London).
Before joining King's, Marian worked for the European Parliament in Brussels, the GIZ and the Federal Foreign Office of Germany.
Thesis title: 'Green megawatts for the world: Reconfigured statehood and geopolitics in an energised environment'
Marian's research focuses on environmental and energy geographies and urban political ecology of energy transitions in West and Eastern Europe. He is particularly interested in applying critical theory to analyse the relationship between structures of energy governance and environmental dynamics.
See Marian's research profile