Press release: Climate change threatens to cause trillions in damage to world's coasts, if coastal regions do not adapt to sea-level rise.

February 4, 2014

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Franziska Schütze

Researcher
Green Growth

 

Contact

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Fax. +49 30-2060738-33
franziska.schuetze(at)globalclimateforum.org

 

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Global Climate Forum e.V. (GCF)
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Franziska Schütze is an active contributor to the Green Growth research process, in particular to the German Green Growth Model, which develops an open source multi-agent model that assesses costs and benefits of climate and energy policy.

She has a background in economics and obtained a 'Bachelor of Science in Economics and Geography' at the Utrecht School of Economics (the Netherlands) as well as a 'Master of Science in International Economics and Business' in Utrecht and at Lund University (Sweden). Furthermore, she complemented her studies with courses on Sustainable Development and Social Entrepreneurship at the Copenhagen Business School (Denmark). Prior to GCF, she worked in the private sector as an analyst for a venture capital fund for sustainable businesses in the area of renewable energy, e-mobility, natural resources and green IT.

Her interests and research center on responsible investment strategies, economic growth, innovation and technology, in particular renewable energies, their economic impact and related policy making.

Events

15.05.13

Second Open Global Systems Science Conference

June 10-12th, 2013, Brussels, Belgium


09.12.12

Towards a Sustainable Financial System

December 8 – 9, 2012, Potsdam, Germany


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04.02.14

Climate change threatens to cause trillions in damage to world's coasts, if coastal regions do not adapt to sea-level rise.

Coastal regions may face massive increases in damages from storm surge flooding over the course...


17.02.13

Blog on Global Systems Science online

Our blog on Global Systems Science is online. Current Topics: Towards a Global Systems...


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