Lisa joined the Environmental Policy Research Centre (FFU) in 2008 as student assistant, working in different projects on sustainability governance. Since May 2011 she has been working as research fellow in projects on environmental strategy development, resource politics and dynamics and processes of transformation.
She was Conference Manager in 2010 and 2012 of the international ‘Berlin Conference of the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change’.
Within the programme of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) "A new passage to India" Lisa spent two month in 2012 at The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) in Delhi, India. In her research at TERI she focused on the potentials and restraints of virtual water/water footprint labeling as a tool for sustainable water management.
As a lecturer for master students she worked on the topic “sources of legitimacy - political philosophy and their respective views on legitimacy applied on recent environmental policy processes".
Lisa studied political science and communication science in Berlin, Munich and Barcelona. During her study she completed internships among others at the German Bundestag, the Environmental Department of the Deutsche Bahn and at the Heinrich Böll Foundation.
Key research areas
Environmental strategies and strategy development, sustainability and transformation governance, resource policies.
Sustainable Germany 2030 to 2050 – How do we want to live in the future? Concepts and communication processes for a “Grand Design” of the German Sustainability Strategy from an environmental policy perspective