In this special episode of the IEAM podcast, we get to know the new editor in chief of IEAM, Sabine Apitz. Apitz, an oceanographer by training, was a longtime editor with the journal before assuming the helm on 1 January, 2022. Tune in to hear more about Sabine and her thoughts on all things IEAM—past, present, and future.
About the Guest
Sabine Apitz specializes in developing various conceptual tools, including ecosystem services, sustainability and other ecosystems-based framings, to link what we can measure as scientists to what we want to achieve in society, to support environmental management, policy and decision-making. After obtaining her BS in Chemistry (CSUF, 1983) and PhD in Oceanography/Marine Geochemistry (UCSD/SIO, 1991), she worked for 10 years as a senior marine environmental scientist for the US Navy. For the last 20 years, she has been the Director of SEA Environmental Decisions, an independent UK consultancy providing advice on ecosystems-based sediment, dredged material, catchment, and coastal environmental management and policy to an international group of clients. Apitz is a fellow of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry and the editor in chief of its journal, Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management.