Jahel Mielke

Green Growth



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Jahel Mielke is a researcher and PhD student in the Green Growth process of the Global Climate Forum. She examines stakeholder processes concerning the shift to a low-carbon economy in Europe. Her special focus lies on the role of institutional investors in the energy transition, merging concepts of stakeholder involvement and game theory.

An economist and journalist by training, Jahel previously worked for the national newspaper “Der Tagesspiegel” dealing with economic issues such as trade and financial markets and the labour market. Having studied in Cologne, Bordeaux and Potsdam, she holds a diploma in economics and political science as well as a degree in journalism from the Cologne School of Journalism.


Current Projects

Energy Transition
Sustainability Skills



Journal Articles:

Mielke, J., Vermaßen, H., Ellenbeck, S., Milan, B. F., & Jaeger, C. (2016). Stakeholder involvement in sustainability science—A critical view. Energy Research & Social Science, 17, 71-81.

Mielke, J., Vermaßen, H., Ellenbeck, S. (2106). Concepts of Stakeholder Involvement in Science Evidence from Sustainability Research. GCF Working Paper Nr. 2


GCF Reports:

Mangalagiu, D., Meissner, F., Mielke, J., Jaeger C. (2016). A Green Corridor for Europe: Connecting the EU and the Balkans.

Mielke, J, Zimmermann, H., Vermaßen, H., Retzlaff, N., Burck, J. (2106). Grüner Investitionsschub in Europa. Zwölf Empfehlungen für eine erfolgreiche Energiewende.

Mielke, J, Zimmermann, H., Wolf, V., Vermaßen, H., Retzlaff, N., Burck, J., Bals, C. (2016). Governance und Geschäftsmodelle für die Transformation: Elf Thesen zur Energiewende.

Battaglini, A., Haas, A., Jaeger, C., Mielke, J. (2015). Integrated Risk Toolbox. Ein Werkzeugkasten für den Umgang mit integrierten Risiken.

Jaeger, C.C., Schütze, F., Mielke, J., Steudle, G., Wolf, S., Fürst, S., Mangalagiu, D., Meißner, F., Paroussos, L. (2015). Investment-oriented climate policy: An opportunity for Europe. Analysis of growth and employment effects of an EU climate target of 50% in 2030.



A climate stress-test of the financial system

An article, published in the journal "Nature Climate Change" on March 27th 2017. The...


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