Sarah is a doctoral researcher at the Spiral Research Center in the Department of Political Science of the University of Liège, and a research fellow in the Science, Technology and Society Program at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. She holds a double master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Liège and in European Studies on Society, Science and Technology from the University of Maastricht. Before starting her PhD, she worked for two years at the Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO/Energyville) as researcher (R&D) in energy and climate strategy. She worked on the policy and societal aspects of the integrated analysis of sustainable energy systems and was involved in interdisciplinary European and Flemish research projects. Her doctoral research investigates the ‘promoted’ side of the low-carbon transition. It explores the co-production of innovation, politico-economic, and the socio-ecological orders in the context of promising innovative solutions and market making towards sustainable modes of production in Belgium. Sarah also works on a research project LAMARTRA which aims to bridge decarbonization and labor market in sustainability transitions, in the framework of which her PhD is funded.