Sarah Beyer was a Research Assistant at Ecologic Institute in Berlin. Her work focused on environmental economics, water management and water policies. She works in German and English.
Sarah Beyer supported research and administrative activities in different projects. She was involved in a number of projects under the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) of the European Comission (EC), including Evaluating Economic Policy Instruments for Sustainable Water Management in Europe (EPI-Water) and Restoring River for Effective Catchment Management (REFORM).
In addition to her work at Ecologic Institute, Sarah Beyer did her master's degree in Integrated Natural Resource Management at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (HU Berlin, Germany) with a specialization in sustainability institutions and policies. Prior to that she studied biology with a specialization in nature conservation at Philipp University of Marburg (Germany). There, she also attended additional lectures at the Institute of Sociology and at the Center for Conflict Studies (CCS). In 2010, Sarah Beyer took part in an Erasmus exchange program, spending one term at the University of Oxford (United Kingdom).