Natalie Hase

Natalie Hase

Natalie Hase is an undergraduate student of the Industrial Management Program, at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm. During her second year of studies, Natalie will focus on the specialization of energy systems. Previously she studied Energy and the Environment, as well as Environmental Economics, at the Harvard Extension School. As an intern at the United Nations Environment Programme, within the division of Technology, Industry and Economics, Natalie was encouraged to find promising development opportunities and creating long lasting solutions, viewed both from an economic perspective, as well as a technical perspective. She wishes to be recognized for bringing forward a multidisciplinary approach, enabling us to capture both broad and deep environmental aspects into sustainable and prosperous business development. Natalie loves to be caught in conversations, being able to use one of the languages she commands; apart from Swedish she speaks English, Italian, French and Serbo-Croatian. Most often you will find her looking for new challenges and adventures. After living in the French Alps, there are only a few things she enjoys more than exploring the mountains.

Recent Posts

Why Buying Local and Organic Won’t Always Affect Our Environmental Footprint – On Triple Pundit


Whether we like it or not, most of us are strongly bound to the agricultural sector, and we feel the responsibility to make the right choice from an environmental perspective. Nevertheless, it can be confusing standing in the supermarket in front of a sea of products, and consumers immediately go for the “greener choice,” that being local or organic. We’ve gotten better at knowing where our food comes from – but can we claim the same for the environmental impact of our food choices? Read the full article on Triple Pundit.