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Péter József Bori

Peter Bori’s research looks at environmental politics within authoritarian populist settings, focusing specifically on the case of Hungary. It maps how topics like climate change, conservation, and energy are transformed through populist discourse and investigates the effects that such changes have on the domestic and European political landscape; environmental attitudes of voters; and policy outcomes. Overall, his research aims to uncover possible pathways towards democratic revival and emancipatory environmental politics. Peter holds a BA (Hons) in International Relations and Development from the University of Sussex and an MSc in Agricultural Development from the University of Copenhagen. Peter speaks fluent English, Dutch, Hungarian, German, and is learning Portuguese and Danish.


Peter’s publications.