PhD Małgorzata Stępniewska PDF Print E-mail
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Assistant Professor
PhD Małgorzata Stępniewska

Research subjects:

· Mapping and assessment ecosystem and their services

· Administrative problems of environmental management

· Water footprint

· Municipal sewage management


Selected publications

· Stępniewska M., Łowicki D., Lupa P., 2017: Possibilities of using the concept of ecosystem services at the regional level in experts’ opinions. Ekonomia i Środowisko, 1(60), s. 81 - 91

· Stępniewska M., Zwierzchowska I., Mizgajski A., 2017: Capability of the Polish legal system to introduce the ecosystem services approach into environmental management. Ecosystem Services,, in press

· Stępniewska M., 2016. Ecosystem Service Mapping and Assessment as a Support for Policy and Decision Making, CLEAN – Soil, Air, Water, Volume 44, Issue 10, Pages 1414–1422.

· Stępniewska M., Abramowicz D., 2016. Social perception and the use of ecosystem services on municipal post-mining lands: an example of Szachty in Poznan. Ekonomia i Środowisko 4(59), s. 252-262

Stępniewska M. 2015: Assesing the water footprint of national consumption for Poland. Geographia Polonica, Volume 88, Issue 3, pp. 503-514.

· Stępniewska M. 2014: Resources of the Polish official statistics for valuation of provisioning ecosystem services. Ekonomia i Środowisko 4(51), Białystok : 102-110.

· Kostrzewski A., Mizgajski A., Stępniewska M., Tylkowski J. 2014: The use of Integrated Environmental Programme for ecosystem services assessment. Ekonomia i Środowisko 4(51), Białystok: 94-101.

· Stępniewska M., 2013. Geographical-Based Sewerage Needs Prioritization of Rural Areas: A Case Study of Wielkopolska Region (Poland), CLEAN-Soil Air Water 41, pp. 1-8.

· Stępniewska M., 2012: Water footprint as an indicator of water supplay - ecosystem services. A case study for urban municipalities of Wielkopolska region. Ekonomia i Środowisko 2(42), Białystok : 153-166.

· Mizgajski A., Stępniewska M., 2012: Ecosystem services assessment for Poland – challenges and possible solutions. Ekonomia i Środowisko 2(42), Białystok : 54-73.

· Stępniewska M., 2012: Water footprint as an indicator of water supplay - ecosystem services. A case study for urban municipalities of Wielkopolska region. Ekonomia i Środowisko 2(42), Białystok : 153-166.

· Stępniewska M., 2008 – The susceptibility of lakes to degradation as a premise for rational sewage management in the communes of Wielkopolska. Limnological Review, 8,1: 3-7.

  • Stępniewska M., 2017 - Assessing the synergies and trade-offs between ecosystem services provided by urban floodplains: The case of the Warta River Valley in Poznań, Poland


· The Secretary of Organising Committee and an active participant in the Polish nation-wide Symposiums on Ecosystem Services in Transdisciplinary Approach (ECOSERV 2016, 2014, 2012, 2010).


· An expert in the in project „Urban MAES for Poland” (April 2015 - October 2015)

· A member of the Adam Mickiewicz University team as a party of the consortium ESMERALDA (“Enhancing ecosystem services mapping for policy and decision making”) within Horizon 2020 Programme (February 2015 – Present)

· The coordinator of the program covering ecosystem services in Integrated Environmental Monitoring Programme in Poland (May 2014 - Present)

· Co-author of the concept of mapping and assessment ecosystem and their services for Poland (September 2012)

· Determinants and possibilities of implementing the European Union strategic documents and the Treaty of Accession in the field of environmental protection in the Wielkopolska Region. Coauthor of an expert report for Marshal Office of the Wielkopolska Region in Poznan (October 2011)

· The barometer of sustainable development, Institute for Sustainable Development in Warsaw. An expert in charge of assessment on the progress of sustainable development in the Wielkopolska Region (January 2008 – June 2009)

· Coordinator of local actions for preparing NGOs participation in Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change – COP 14 in Poznan (May – December 2008)


· Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) – Co-Chair of National ESP Network in Poland

· Polish Association of Environmental and Resource Economists - member since 2013

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