MRS BABLY SINOJKUMAR
Mrs Bably Sinojkumar has completed her Bachelors in Environmental Sciences with university first rank and distinction from Kerala University in India. Since her area of interest is in Environment related researches she pursued her Masters in Environmental Sciences at Bharathiar University, India. After passing the masters degree with distinction and University second rank Bably joined NIIST, a government research institute in India to work as a researcher in Dioxin Research Laboratory and published many articles in leading journals and got selected for international symposiums. After completing 4 years in Dioxin research, she joined as a guest lecturer in the Department of Environmental Chemistry at Sree Sankara College, India affiliated with MG University. While working as a lecturer she got an excellent opportunity to work with CIFT, India where she conducted research on developing environment-friendly products from marine organisms. One of the noticeable pieces of research was the development of a lipstick with colourant extracted from squid chromatophores.
In 2013 she joined the University of Bedfordshire, the UK for Masters in Business and Management which she passed out in 2014 with commendation. On completion of her MBA and yet another post-graduate diploma in Strategic Management from the UK, she joined a recruitment firm as a project manager in 2016. After completing a year of employment, she joined the Department of Geography and Environment as a researcher in July 2017 under the supervision of Dr Piotr Niewiadomski and Dr Tavis Potts. Her research topic is "Small Island tourism and sustainability transitions in Crete, Greece ". She is currently a full-time researcher and tutor at the University of Aberdeen.
- The environmental impacts of toursim
- Corporate social responsibility
- Green economy and sustainable development
- Green Marketing
- Environmental Conservation
Small Island tourism and green economy transitions in Crete, Greece
- Global Worlds, Global Challenges
- Global Worlds, Local Challenges: The Urban Trail