is a PhD candidate in political science at Andrássy University Budapest and receives the PhD Scholarship of the Hungarian State. He writes a compilation dissertation about the interplay of democracy and climate-related sustainability in Central and Eastern Europe. Moreover, he is a co-lecturer in the field of European Governance, focusing on the climate, energy and environmental governance of the EU.
Beyond academia, Mr Fabianowicz believes that theory needs to be put into practice. He is a Research Fellow for the think-tank European Democracy Lab in Berlin and engages as an External Relations Officer for the NGO V4SDG – Visegrád for Sustainability in Budapest. As an entrepreneur, he leads a small Hungarian-based company offering consultancy and research services. Furthermore, he is a member of the EIT-Climate KIC Network of Climate Coaches.