Boehmer-Christiansen, Sonja 1942-
Boehmer-christiansen, Sonja 1942-
Born December 1, 1942, in Dresden, Germany; daughter of Karl-Heinz (an accountant) and Gertraude E. (a masseuse and cosmetologist; later surname, Organ) Böhmer; married Peter James Christiansen (a space physicist), April, 1968 (deceased); children: Karin Fiona, Michael Karl. Ethnicity: "European." Education: University of Sussex, M.A., 1999; also attended University of Adelaide (Australia). Politics: Social Democrat. Hobbies and other interests: Walking, tennis, foraging for mushrooms and berries, reading, cooking.
Home—Hull, England. Office—Department of Geography, University of Hull, Cottingham Rd., Hull, England. E-mail—[email protected]
Worked as schoolteacher in Australia, 1966-69; university lecturer, 1969-70; University of Sussex, Brighton, England, research fellow, 1985-91, senior research fellow, 1991-95; University of Hull, Hull, England, reader in geography. Consultant on environmental policy.
Scientific Alliance, Royal Geographical Society, Mind Association, Oxfam.
(With Jim Skea) Acid Politics: Environmental and Energy Policies in Britain and Germany, Belhaven Press (New York, NY), 1991.
(With Helmut Weidner) The Politics of Reducing Vehicle Emissions in Britain and Germany, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press (Madison, NJ), 1995.
(With Aynsley Kellow) International Environmental Policy: Interests and the Failure of the Kyoto Process, Edward Elgar Publishing (Northampton, MA), 2002.
Contributor of about 100 articles and reviews to academic journals. Editor, Energy and Environment, 1997—.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Australian Journal of Political Science, November, 2004, Matthew Tiling, review of International Environmental Policy: Interests and the Failure of the Kyoto Process, p. 669.
Geographical Journal, March, 1993, review of Acid Politics: Environmental and Energy Policies in Britain and Germany, p. 103.
Journal of Economic Literature, June, 2003, review of International Environmental Policy, p. 728.
SciTech Book News, June, 1991, review of Acid Politics, p. 2; June, 2003, review of International Environmental Policy, p. 9.
University of Hull Web site: Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen Home Page,http://www.hull.ac.uk/geog/staff/Boehmer.htm (August 17, 2006).
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