Inga is part of the ISIpedia project team as a Stakeholder Engagement Expert. She contributes to the design and implementation of workshops, the design and distribution of online surveys and engages in continuous communication with stakeholders. Her work includes a close cooperation with other project partners such as the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and the International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA).
Before joining Climate Analytics, she worked for the European Federation for Intercultural Learning in Brussels, Belgium in stakeholder engagement and member support.
Inga holds a Masters in Political Science, Peace and Conflict Studies and Geography from the University of Marburg, Germany and a Master in Disaster Management and Risk Governance from the University of Bonn.
- Overcoming global inequality is critical for land-based mitigation in line with the Paris Agreement
- An assessment of the adequacy of the mitigation measures and targets of the respondent states in Duarte Agostinho v Portugal and 32 other states
- Machine-learning-based evidence and attribution mapping of 100,000 climate impact studies
- Current needs for climate services in West Africa: Results from two stakeholder surveys
- Global climate change impacts on children
- Increasing risks of apple tree frost damage under climate change
- Loss and damage costing and financing mechanisms: Caribbean outlook
Understanding the complex relationship between land and climate
Loss and Damage at COP25 – a hard fought step in the right direction
The kids aren't alright — climate change impacts on children now and in the future
Our blog for World Children's Day — Massive climate strikes around the world demonstrate that children and youth are increasingly aware that climate change is a looming shadow over their future. So what will their future in a changing climate look like and how are children already affected by climate change?
Tell me what you need — how to make really useful climate tools
Implementing science-based climate policies requires communication and collaboration between various actors in the interdisciplinary climate field. The ISIpedia project is one of the growing number of efforts addressing this challenge by involving decision makers and practitioners in developing a tool that is meant to benefit them — a user-friendly information portal of climate change impacts.
The role of finance and investment in meeting the 1.5°C goal
Adaptation Futures — a spotlight on climate adaptation in developing countries
For the first time the Adaptation Futures conference was held in Africa — an opportunity to shine a light on developing country adaptation issues. Six Climate Analytics experts had the opportunity to present their work and facilitate a number of sessions. Here's their perspective on the key threads at the conference.
How to ensure solutions really work – key questions for the Suva Expert Dialogue on Loss and Damage
As experts gather at the Suva Expert Dialogue 2-3 May in Bonn, it is worthwhile to highlight key questions that must be taken into account when discussing possible solutions to loss and damage in developing countries: responsibility, feasibility and affordability.