Daniela Gottschlich

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Dr. Daniela Gottschlich, inter- and transdisciplinary sustainability scientist, is a research associate (post-doc) in the BMBF collaborative project "Climate-Resilient Urban-Urban Cooperation. Regional innovations of energetic biomass use and governance" of the research group Integrative Geography at the European University Flensburg.

Previously, she held professorships at the Humboldt University of Berlin and the Universities of Hamburg and Trier.

She studied Political Science and German Studies at the Universities of Osnabrück and Göttingen, did her PhD on sustainable development from a critical-emancipatory perspective at the University of Osnabrück, led the social-ecological research junior research group "PoNa - Politiken der Naturgestaltung" at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg, where she also worked for the joint project "CaGE - Care, Gender & Green Economy", and taught Political Ecology at the Free University of Bolzano. Among other things, she is co-founder of diversu e.V., Lüneburg - Institute for Diversity, Nature, Gender and Sustainability, which works at the interface between theory and practice.