In the SFB, Verena Wolf analyses property regimes of atmospheric pollution in the JRT 01. She completed her master degree in the interdisciplinary master programme Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy (SEEP) at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien) and did her bachelor studies in Economics at University of Cologne with a stay at Corvinus-University in Budapest. In her master thesis, she examined the (im)possibilities of market regulation in the face of climate change applying a discourse analysis to the German parliament. Verena Wolf was a teaching and research assistant at the Institute for Sociology and Social Research at WU Wien, coordinator of the Degrowth conference in Vienna about strategies towards a social-ecological transformation, and an active member in the network for pluralism in economics. Her research interests are climate change mitigation, social-ecological transformation, commons and economic theory of thought.