Our local team in Bonn is complemented by the international IZA research network of fellows and affiliates.Many of our alumni have continued their academic careers at prestigious institutions worldwide. She represents the City of Vienna in many working groups, such as chairing the Working Group on Circular Construction Materials of ICLEI's Big Buyers Initiative; the EUROCITIES Economic Forum; and the Circular Economy Club. Anuela joined public service following more than a decade of experience with multinational corporations and International Organizations, where she served as a Marketing and Communications expert. Her Marc is a member of AFIE (French Association of Ecologists). Sandy has previously worked on programmes including '100 Resilient Cities' and Infrastructure and Cities for Economic Development (ICED). products, based on organic standards. President of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the United States Congress. Since 2016, she has been affiliated with the Central European University as a research assistant on a Horizon 2020 project, focused on understanding the potential of nature-based solutions to solve societal challenges (Naturvation). He also holds various Chairmanships, including to the Board of Directors of AdePorto (Porto’s Energy Agency), the Board of Directors of the Porto Digital Association, and of the Eurocities Environment Forum. Before entering politics, he was an activist for a number of causes, including anti-racism, the environment, education and more. Politically active since his time as a student, Kretschmann and other like-minded associates founded The Green Party in Baden-Württemberg in 1979. He was member of the Vitoria-Gasteiz European Green Capital 2012 Technical Committee. Laurence brings decades of expertise. His work mainly focuses on the agriculture, environment and energy sectors, on projects funded by the Scottish Government and the European Union. coordinating the research and development projects and the key performance indicators of the In her work with the National Governmental Agency for the Territorial Cohesion, Sandra Gizdulich (PhD) acts as an Urban Expert responsible for: the Urban Agenda for the European Union (drafting the common position and monitoring its implementation), the coordination of the European Partnership on Culture & Cultural Heritage (comprising 30 members spanning states, regions, cities, EU institutions and other EU entities), and the active monitoring on the ground of national and European integrated urban programmes. Sergio is the Secretary of Environment and Development of the State of Jalisco in Mexico. Ao navegar no site estar� a consentir a sua utiliza��o.Compreendo e aceito.Pol�tica de privacidade. László Pintér is Professor and Head of Department at the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy at the Central European University (CEU), and Senior Fellow at the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD). Educated as an urban planner, Anne-Marie Larsen has been working for the City of Copenhagen for many years and has a profound knowledge about the relations between environment, sustainability and spatial planning. Mark is the Conservation Team Leader within the City Development Directorate of Sunderland City Council. Dr Lucius also serves as the President of the European Investment Bank’s Pension Board, and is on the eligibility committees of the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry’s Environmental fund label and of the ESG fund label. Currently, he is a member of the Commission for the Environment, Climate Change and Energy (ENVE), where he is the political coordinator of the Party for European Socialists political group. Ashima leads the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Government & Cities Programme, engaging national, regional, and city governments in the transition towards a circular economy. He is currently the Manager of the Climate Action Unit for Cork City Council, and recently developed the Cork City Council Climate Change Adaptation Strategy 2019-2024. action. Since 1999 he is the German chief negotiator at the UNFCCC conferences of the parties. Project Coordinator and Researcher, Huygen Engineers and Consultants, Community worker, Samenlevingsopbouw West Flanders, Leader of Glasgow City Council (Scotland). María Jesús Muñoz Cachón is a Climate Change Technician at Ihobe, a publicly-owned company coming under the Environmental Office of the Basque Government's Ministry for the Environment, Territorial Planning and Housin. Before embarking in politics, Diederik was the CEO of the green utility company EchteEnergie, and a campaigner for Greenpeace Netherlands. He designs and facilitates corporate learning, stakeholder engagement and foresight processes.He is a renowned facilitator of international conferences and workshops, and an international expert in foresight and scenario methodologies and stakeholder engagement. László has been working on sustainable development for nearly three decades. David Salomonsen heads Denmark’s most ambitious effort to target social dumping and cultivate sustainable public procurement. In the EESC, she participates in the Agriculture, Rural Development, and Environment sections, contributing to the European Circular Economy Stakeholder Platform and the Sustainable Development Observatory. Trevor Graham is the director of Urbanisland, a company focused on innovative sustainable communities and economic development. The university was established in 1911. Filipe Araújo is Porto’s Vice-Mayor and City Councillor for Innovation and Environment. In her position, she strives to influence the energy efficiency in new builds and refurbishment projects, in order to ensure that Aberdeen City Council buildings are energy efficient and low carbon for climate change resilience. anyone enthusiastic about sustainable urban futures--together to exchange and co-create. She is a part of the team that produced the City of Zagreb Master Plan 2000+, as well as developmental strategies for the City of Zagreb and the Zagreb Urban Agglomeration. Politics in a Fragmented Europe (with Stefan Lehne, Carnegie Europe, She joined IVE in 2019 to contribute to the TripleA-reno project, which aims to improve the performance of deep renovation through enhanced quality control and targeted CPD (continuous professional development) and training. working experience at the Office of the Ashima graduated summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in Economics, minoring in Sustainability & Environmental Management. Richard has a Master degree in Renewable Energy Systems Enginnering from Loughbourough University. He has also volunteered with the National Health Service Bristol's Public Health team on Delivering Race Equality in Mental Health. He is a Chair, Advisor, and Member to several agencies and agreements; including Vice-Chair of the Board of Commissioners of Energie Beheer Nederland, Chair of the negotiation table on the Dutch Climate Agreement, and Supervisor of the Sustainability Pact of Eindhoven. Marvin Rees was elected mayor of Bristol in May 2016, following a rich career in international development, social justice, and journalism. Before being elected, Susan worked in a variety of policy and research roles in the Scottish Parliament and the third sector, and as a freelance writer and editor specialising in health and social care policy. Deputy Mayor of Vitoria-Gasteiz (Basque Country), Legal and Policy Officer, DG GROW, European Commission, Program Leader, DoTank Circular City 2020-2030, City of Vienna (Austria), Project Manager, City of Copenhagen (Denmark), Government & Cities Programme Lead, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, PhD Researcher, Central European University, Head of Division, Cities, Urban Policies and Sustainable Development, OECD, Head of Waste Recycling and Recovery Unit, ITENE (Packaging Institute), Head of Unit DG Environment, European Commission, Head of Social Impact, Equity Investments, European Investment Fund, Head of Special Taskforce on Social Dumping, CSR-unit, Copenhagen Municipality (Denmark), Researcher, Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy, Central European University, Scientific Computing Specialist, The James Hutton Institute, Advisor Sustainable Procurement, Stavanger Municipality (Norway), Head of Department, Sustainable Finance, European Association of Co-operative Banks, European Project Manager, City of Torino and Torino Urban Lab (Italy), Head of Section, Sustainable Public Procurement, City of Oslo (Norway), Deputy Mayor for Environment and Citizens' Services, Mannheim (Germany), Founder, Plant-for-the-Planet Foundation; PhD researcher, ETH Zurich, Minister of the Environment, Climate Protection and the Energy Sector Baden-Württemberg (Germany), Spatial Planning Manager – Research & Development, Glasgow City Council (UK). public relations, environmental education and counselling, waste policy planning and project Students can benefit and gain diverse experience from this network. Juan Espadas holds a degree in Law from the University of Seville and Director of the Centre for European Reform, and did academic research at Johansen led Oslo to the European Green Capital Award 2019. Policy. The organizational level of SIGARRA Information System ensures the publication of transversal informative content to the entire community of U.Porto, as well as access to resources and services that support the internal functioning (with restricted access) of the University. During her work for the city, she has overseen the Green City Action Plan, the Tirana Child Friendly agenda, and the Resilience and Sustainability strategies. He has contributed greatly to the definition and implementation of climate change-focused strategies and policies, and was pivotal to Lisbon’s achievement of the European Green Capital Award for 2020. During this period she also chaired the Committee for Building, Urban Development and Housing of the Conference of German Building Ministers. From 2009—2010, she created and led the newly established Directorate for Global Public Goods at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She holds a degree in Business Economics from the University La Sapienza of Rome, specialising in environmental economics, and a master's degree in Business Administration – majoring in European Affairs – from the Vlerick Management School in Belgium. Also, in 2015 he was Chairman of the Network of Cities for Climate of the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces. In his previous position as Project Manager for the City of Maribor, he headed a working group on the development of the Integrated Sustainable Urban Development Strategy for Maribor. Erion Veliaj was re-elected as Mayor of Tirana in June 2019, after being first elected in June 2015. Council for Global Change, and Director of the United Nations University – Institute for Environment He is the author of the official landmark OECD handbook “Citizens as Partners“. She was a Research Fellow at The Brookings Institution's Metropolitan Policy Program (2016-2018) and has served as an EU-commissioned policy expert advising on sustainable urbanisation and nature-based solutions (2014-2015). Dr Hakan Lucius is Head of Stakeholder Engagement, Transparency and Civil Society at the European Investment Bank, the European Union’s bank and largest supranational lender, where he covers the transparency and stakeholder engagement of the institution. Before joining the Municipality of Stavanger earlier this year, Elin worked as a sustainability consultant for GreenCo and Nordic Choice hotels. The organizational level of SIGARRA Information System ensures the publication of transversal informative content to the entire community of U.Porto, as well as access to resources and services that support the internal functioning (with restricted access) of the University. I have taken the masters in Management in the university of Mannheim, so I won’t be able to generalize for other fields. Before politics, she worked as an organizational consultant in business services and assisted companies and governments in policy and organizational development. Ton Verhoeven is a Policy Advisor of Green, Water and Climate Adaptation. Wolfgang Teubner is the ICLEI regional director for Europe and the managing director of the ICLEI European Secretariat. Her primary area of interest is sustainable circular bio-economy, and societal challenges with a special focus on sustainable and inclusive growth. For more of her publications please see http://rachelaldred.org/publications/ or her Google Scholar page. He holds a law degree and has worked in the field of public procurement for more than 10 years. Dora holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences and Policy from the Central European University, a post-graduate degree in Business Management from Sciences Po (Paris, France) and a master’s degree in Economics from the University of Miskolc (Hungary). Sandy Tung is based at the Greater London Authority, where she is the Programme Manager for 'Sharing Cities', a pan-European programme that tests out innovative smart city solutions across major European Cities, replicating and scaling what works through new business and investment models. Cyril is an investment manager with the Venture Capital team of the European Investment Fund (EIF), a position he has held since 2013. These multi-actor processes aim to build capacities for the co-creation of pathways The international work of the CEMR continues in the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), where he is one of five German local representatives of the World Council and one of two German mayors of the Executive Board. Previously, he was responsible for the financing of operations, ranging from large-scale infrastructure projects, structured operations, and environmental investments, to SME finance, both through loans and equity. These real business cases, always demanded analytical thinking, problem-solving, and a great deal of teamwork due to the work being done under the pressure of a deadline. Her academic background has spanned political science, law, and local governments, and she has extensive work experience in the fields of sustainability, women's empowerment, housing, employment, immigration, and labour. During five years at the Stockholm Environment Institute in the early 1990s, he pioneered the concept of preventative environmental management—a core principle of the circular economy framework—outlined in his 1996 book Material Concerns: Pollution Profit and Quality of life. His academic background is in Political Theory and Government, and Global Economic Development. MEC Dube-Ncube serves as a Member of the KwaZulu-Natal Climate Change Council. Mannheim apartments for rent from 344 € per month Find & compare 188 cheap furnished Mannheim apartments, rooms & flats for rent in Mannheim monthly and short-long term! View allAll Photos Tagged Uni Mannheim. Noring has sat on numerous advisory boards related to sustainable urbanisation and business development, and she is a recognised leader in driving processes of urban change. She has eight years of expertise in innovation and sustainability research and consultancy, with particular focus on human-building interaction, demand-response and smart grids, building automation and controls, blockchain-based mechanisms for peer-to-peer energy markets and energy communities, and ethnographic research. Currently, his primary focus is developing Lisbon’s water efficiency policy, which includes measures for consumption reduction and the reuse of treated wastewater in parks and gardens. Rozwiń /s/account/0012o00002YD65oAAD Charles III University of Madrid - School of Law and Social Sciences. In his current position as Building Advisor, he is responsible for sustainability and Circular economy in the build environment in Roskilde Municipality, which he represents in numerous projects. Franz Untersteller has been Minister of the Environment, Climate Protection and the Energy Sector in Baden-Württemberg since 2011. She oversees a team of 30+ experts providing governments with new data, evidence, analysis and guidance in a wide range of urban policies to foster smart, inclusive, competitive and sustainable cities. Ana Sanchis Huertas is a Senior Researcher working on research, development, and innovation at the Valencia Institute of Building (IVE). has been a registered lawyer since 1990. Daniel is a Senior Researcher and Project Manager at Fraunhofer IAIS (Institute for Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems), where he coordinats the EU Horizon2020 (H2020) project 'Advancing Resilience of Historic Areas against Climate-related and other Hazards' (ARCH). Building on the strong academic standing of the University of Mannheim in the economic and social sciences, our graduates are currently enriching some of the best departments and research facilities worldwide as … In his professional career in Berlin, Bonn, Throughout her tenure in this role, she has specialised in drafting and implementing urban and environmental policies. 218 Center for Rhinology and Allergology, Wiesbaden, Germany ; Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Universitätsmedizin Mannheim, Medical Faculty Mannheim, Heidelberg University, Mannheim, Germany. In this role, his main responsibility is to influence and facilitate processes to ensure that the city's In 2007, he was elected Member of the Greek Parliament Head of Stakeholder Engagement, Transparency and Civil Society, European Investment Bank, Managing Director, Metropolitan Research Institute Budapest, Alderman of the Municipality of Nijmegen (Netherlands), Director of the Open Society European Policy Institute, Brussels. She has previously worked with strategies for knowledge transfer and replication of transport solutions at EUROCITIES, and has participated in research projects for urban renewal at KTH, The Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden as well as the University of Tokyo in Japan. Parliamentary State Secretary of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Protection and Nuclear Safety (Germany), Polar explorer; Climate journalist; Filmmaker, Head of Cabinet of Frans Timmermans, Vice-President of the European Commission, Minister-President, Head of the State Government Baden-Württemberg (Germany), Director Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity, Professor of Sustainable Development, University of Surrey (UK), Vice-President, European Investment Bank (EIB), President of the German Environment Agency (Germany), State Secretary of the Federal Ministry for the Interior, Building and Community (Germany), President of the European Committee of the Regions, Deputy Director, OECD Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Regions and Cities, Deputy Director General, DG MOVE; EU Coordinator for Road Safety & Sustainable Mobility, Energy Expert, València Climate and Energy (Spain), General Manager, Ihobe – Basque Government, Senior Researcher International R&D&i, Valencia Institute of Building (IVE). ATEN��O: Este site utiliza cookies. In this position, he has been involved in the deployment of R+D+i projects applied to the urban environment. His research interests cover climate change adaptation, resilience, disaster risk management, as well as modelling and simulation of urban systems. Cheryl Jones Fur holds a Ph.D. in zoology from the University of Uppsala (Sweden). Michael holds a diploma in urban and regional planning with a special focus In He was appointed as Manager of Cork City Council’s Energy Agency in 2000, and then subsequently worked in various service areas including Buildings Capital, Parks, Housing Maintenance, Water Capital and Environmental Management. Rik Thijs is Vice-Mayor of Eindhoven, which is located in the heart of Europe's Brainport Region. Susan Aitken became Leader of Glasgow City Council when the Scottish National Party (SNP) became the largest party on the Council and formed a minority administration in May 2017. Mannheim hostels. After graduating from the Nürtingen-Geislingen University of Applied Science with a degree in Landscape Planning in 1982 he initially worked for the Öko-Institut (Institute for Applied Ecology). During this time, Jill lived and worked in many different countries, including Russia, Poland, Germany, US, Belgium, and the UK. He was a guest Professor at the Faculty of Science of University of Porto, between 2007 and 2011 and a Municipal Deputy of Porto between 2005 and 2009. share … Prior to joining CSE, Josh was the Principal Policy Officer for the Greater London Authority’s Energy Strategy Team. In 2017/2018, she organised three expeditions to Spitsbergen with leaders in industry, real estate, project development, and the financial world. Getafe (Madrid) ... Rozwiń /s/account/0012o00002YD68PAAT University of Mannheim-Business School. Noring is Assistant Professor and Research Director of the City Solutions Team at Copenhagen Business School (2016-present) and Visiting Researcher at HafenCity University Hamburg (2018-present). Her experience also extends to the assessment of urban ecosystem services and air quality modelling. Yvon Slingenberg is Director at DG Climate Action of the European Commission, responsible for international climate negotiations and the implementation of the Paris Agreement, as well as the mainstreaming of climate issues in EU policies (e.g. Following studies in Civil Engineering and Engineering Geology, Jonas Byström worked 20 years as a environmental and waste management consultant, based in Sweden, Japan, Malaysia and Denmark. He has held the positions of Secretary General of the ANC Youth League and is currently Chairperson of the ANC in KwaZulu Natal and Member of the ANC National Executive Committee. Investment Programme Manager, Bristol City Council (UK), Vice-Mayor, City of Eindhoven (Netherlands), Member of the ENVE Commission, European Committee of the Regions, Board Member & Secretary, Icelandic National Youth Council; and Youth Delegate of the Congress of the Council of Europe, Urban Policy & Programme Expert, Agency for the Territorial Cohesion, Programme Manager for 'Sharing Cities', Greater London Authority (UK), Research Assistant, Central European University, Secretary of State, Government of the State of Jalisco (Mexico). He is of Italian and British nationality, has two sons, speaks English, French and Italian and lives in Brussels. Jill works mainly with organisations in the international arena, across both the private and public sector. He has degrees in Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications. Mr. Oliveira Martins is the author of numerous academic articles and OECD publications. He works with public, private, academic, and non-profit partners as a strategic advisor and project manager, using a partnership approach and sustainable development and community perspective. He has been a member of the Social Council of the University of Seville since July 2013, where he has taught Law and Environmental Management. Throughout his career, he has specialized in the study and conservation of nature, as well as in consolidating and promoting shared leadership for environmental governance. Prof. Dr. Dirk Messner is President of the German Environment Agency, Co-Chair of the German Advisory Founded in 1967, the university has its origins in the Palatine Academy of Sciences, which was established by Elector Carl Theodor at Mannheim Palace in 1763, as well as the Handelshochschule (Commercial College … In 2016, he was awarded the Hillary Laureate for exceptional international leadership. He has experience in energy transition actions and projects at the local level, as coordinator of the Energy Office of València (OSS) and in the development of projects related to energy communities, energy efficiency, energy culture and energy poverty mitigation. Throughout her career, she has been closely involved in negotiations on the 2020 and 2030 climate and energy packages and international climate negotiations. He has since held a number of positions politically, including legal advisor to the Minister of Institutional Reforms, Deputy Mayor, and from 2014 Mayor of Florence and elected ANCI coordinator for the metropolitan cities (national municipal association). In July 2017, he was elected Head of the Greek Delegation and Vice-President Oregi also served as Member of Parliament for Alava in the Basque Parliament, where she held numerous roles, including: President of the Commission on Human Rights and Equality; President of the Report on Memory and Coexistence; Spokesperson on the Commission for the control of Basque public radio-television; and Coordinator of the Parliamentary Working Group for the monitoring and implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals. He is also a board member of LIPOR-Intermunicipal Waste Management of Greater Port and of the Portuguese Association for the Development of Communications, and a member of the Innovation Advisory Board of Porto University. Director, International Mainstreaming and Policy Coordination, (DG) Climate Action, European Commission, Global Project Coordinator, ImPPPact Global Alliance, Software Engineer for Naturvation, Central European University, 9th European Conference on Sustainable Cities & Towns 2020, Apostolos Tzitzikostas was born on September 2, 1978. Klaus Kellermann has worked in the field of sustainability in the built environment for the past eight years. He was a founding Director of the Irish Solar Energy Association (ISEA), a past Chairman of the Association of Irish Energy Agencies (AIEA) and a current Steering Group member of the Climate Action Regional Office (CARO) in Ireland’s Atlantic Seaboard South Region. Previously, Filippo Antonio Capizzi worked as an Energy Policies Expert at VITO (Flemish Institute for Technological Research), which focuses on the transition to a competitive, clean and secure energy system. His awareness of data use and of the value of co-designing, complement his interests in climate neutrality and smart cities. In her role as a researcher on the Interreg 2 Seas project “PlastiCity”, she works on developing replicable strategies and solutions that can increase recycling rates in urban areas. Mariangelina Evliati is a project manager for clean vehicles and electric mobility for the city of Stockholm. He has spent much of the past eight years fighting energy poverty and the social aspects of housing quality. management. He fluently speaks English and French Additionally, he has experience as a Project Manager of H2020 projects in the fields of energy, electric mobility, security and smart cities. Matthew Baldwin is Deputy Director-General of DG MOVE and was appointed on 2 October 2018 as European Coordinator for road safety and sustainable mobility.

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