17 June 2021

Alexandru Mustață

Alexandru has a Bachelor’s degree in European Studies and International Relations from the National School for Political Science and holds a Master’s degree in Environment Engineering from the Polytechnic University, both in Bucharest. He worked for a year at IYNF, the youth organisation of Naturfreunde International. Moving back to Romania, he worked as a coal campaigner for Bankwatch for six years. Concerned with the social impact of climate action, Alexandru led one of the first just transition campaigns from Central and Eastern Europe, started in 2016. He also coordinated the Bankwatch Network just transition campaign in 7 countries from 2017 until 2021, when he joined Europe Beyond Coal.

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