Ólöf Söebech was born in Reykjavik and now lives in Brussels. She studied human ecology, environmental studies and contemporary dance, and has worked in the fields of dance, education, research and activism.
Ólöf has been involved as a researcher at the IES since 2007. She has worked on various European funded projects including on sustainable consumption policies, knowledge brokerage between researchers and policy makers on sustainable consumption and production, and case studies on participation in the European Project.
In 2012 Ólöf launched a new website: www.everydaystories.be where short video stories of people who lead sustainable lifestyles in European cities are shared.
Currently, she is involved in SOURCE, a European research project on societal security and BFSJ project that aims at advancing technical and legal research in order to enable extensive use of biofuels in the aviation sector.
Profile and Publications
- Study at IES
- European Projects