Tóth Gergely was born in 1970. He is
an economist and holds an M.Sc. in Business Administration, and a Ph.D.
in Environmental Management. He has studied and in the USA, Holland,
Germany, Romania and the Baltic States. He is fluent in Eng-lish and
In 1995, Tóth Gergely and his colleagues established the Hungarian Association for Environmentally Aware Management (KÖVET). He remained the executive direc-tor of this NGO until 2006 and has since acted as secretary general. He has also worked as the executive director and then vice president of the International Network for Environmental Management (INEM). Since 2006 he has been an assistant professor at the University of Pannonia in Keszthely, teaching economics, environmental management and global trade.
Tóth Gergely holds 18 honors and awards, including the ‘Pro Scientia’ prize of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, awarded in 1995. He has managed and supervised over 20 larger projects, financed by the European Union and other donor agencies. He has contributed to 30 books, has published 50 articles in professional journals and over the last 12 years has held 180 lectures at Hungarian and international conferences and training workshops.
Redefining the relationship of development and climate change
as author at Conference on Climate Change: An Opportunity for Growth, Brdo pri Kranju 2007,