Sarah Lang was a Transatlantic Intern at Ecologic Institute from March until June 2011. While at the Institute, Sarah had been working on the project Cooperation across the Atlantic for marine governance integration (CALAMAR) and on EV Natura 2000, a project involving economic valuation of ecosystem services. Further interests of hers include green building and design and transnational environmental policies. Sarah is a native English speaker and speaks fluent Spanish.
Prior to her internship at Ecologic Institute, Sarah held a variety of positions during her undergraduate studies. Most recently she worked as a Research Assistant at the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis in California. Other positions included interning for United States Congresswoman Lois Capps and researching and co-authoring the 2008 College Sustainability Report Card at the Sustainable Endowments Institute.
She is currently enrolled in the Erasmus Mundus Master’s of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management through which she has completed studies at Central European University in Budapest, University of the Aegean in Greece, and University of Manchester in England. Sarah received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a double major in Global Studies and Environmental Studies and a minor in Spanish. She spent her third year studying abroad at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest (Hungary) and at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.