Director of the Amsterdam Sustainability Institute (ASI), a platform for interdisciplinary research collaboration among all faculties at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. As full professor of transnational environmental governance and policy, I specialize in the study of global environmental politics, with a focus on climate change governance, biodiversity, forest and ocean governance, transnational relations, public-private partnerships, network theory and institutional analysis.
Prof. Dr. PhilippPattberg
He is part of Extinction Rebellion since November 2018 and co-organized, as well as participated in Rebellion Week Number 1 in April 2019 and in Rebellion Week Number 2 in October 2019.
He has been working at cleantech agency DWR eco as a Public Affairs and Strategy Consultant since October 2019. His work focuses on the fields of renewable energy and green hydrogen, e-mobility and circular economy.
She is currently working as an Associate Programme Management Officer at the Secretariat of the International Resource Panel, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)'s Economy Division in Paris, France. In this role, Kirsten delivers programme management on work streams related to natural resource use and supports the Secretariat in delivering knowledge products to policy makers at the global level. Her work focuses on mineral resource governance, sustainable cities, remanufacturing, transition to a resource efficient economy and sustainable finance.
Kirsten Virginia Glenn
Associate Professor at Institute for Ecological Economics at Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU).
His research interests are in the area of Sustainable resource management, Environmental Accounting, Material Flow Analysis (MFA), Environmental input-output models, Resource efficiency indicators, Industrial Ecology, Globalisation, international trade and development.
Dr. Stefan Giljum
She is an international lawyer working for “Umweltdachverband” in Austria on EU environmental law and policy. She is the head of "Circular Futures - Platform Kreislaufwirtschaft Österreich", a cooperation between the Umweltdachverband, RepaNet and VABÖ in Austria and the European Environmental Bureau in Brussels. The solution-oriented multi-stakeholder platform operates as a think tank, incubator and catalyst for projects and initiatives that accelerate the transition to a circular economy in Austria.
Julika Dittrich, LL.M.
Tamojit is currently a Partnerships Officer at Sustainable Energy for ALL. He helps create catalytic partnerships on sustainable energy that supports actions towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Tamojit builds and manages corporate partner relations, public-private partner platforms and is also involved in strategic planning, contract negotiations, designing and managing founded on shared values dealing with a range of issues specifically on sustainable energy.
Tamojit Chatterjee, M.A.I.S.
Bernhard is Director of the EU-Umweltbüro in Vienna, a green NGO, as well as Vice-President of the European Environmental Bureau/EEB, Europe’s largest environment umbrella organization based in Brussels. His main foci are environmental legislation and its implementation, both on the European and national level, circular economy, renewable energies, biodiversity and sustainable development as well as advocacy and lobbying.