Krastina Georgieva-Ilkova

Krastina Georgieva-Ilkova

Krastina is a Masters student in the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen, Norway. She is a part of the Economics program in Energy, Natural Resources and the Environment. Her research and interests are related to the sustainable use of natural resources, environmental taxation, sustainable energy, urbanism and recycling. She holds a double degree in International Economics and Mathematics from Saint Francis College, Brooklyn Heights, NY. Her background includes international work in the financial and accounting sectors. Krastina loves traveling, museums and arts, Modernism and modern architecture. Favorite places in the world are Berlin, New York City and Bergen. Currently, Krastina is a member of the BSI Karate Club in Bergen where she is the yearly treasurer.

Recent Posts

Interview: Sanaa Iqbal Pirani on Food Waste Management in the Hospitality Industry in Abu Dhabi


Most of the food in Abu Dhabi’s tourist sector is imported. At the large scale that is needed for all of the hotels’ operations, it is difficult to get it locally. Still, a lot of food goes to waste. Sanaa Iqbal Pirani, a researcher on food waste management at the Masdar Institute in Abu Dhabi, talks about the ways to change that.