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PROJECT TEAM

The project is a joint project of the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy gGmbH (project coordination), the Leuphana University Lüneburg – Faculty of Sustainability – and the Freie Universität Berlin – Institut Futur. The contractor for the development of the complex SDG simulation game is the Centre for Systems Solutions.

Matthias Wanner
Project coordination

matthias.wanner@wupperinst.org
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Martina Schmitt
Research Fellow

martina.schmitt@wupperinst.org
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Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy gGmbh

The Wuppertal Institute researches and develops models, strategies and instruments for transitions to sustainable development at regional, national and international levels. The focus is on resource, climate and energy challenges in their interactions with the economy and society. Analysing and supporting innovations to decouple the consumption of natural resources from the development of prosperity form a focal point of the research.

This is what the “Mission Statement” says. The Wuppertal Institute’s research focuses on transformation processes towards sustainable development. The research work is based on disciplinary scientific findings. It combines these with the transdisciplinary handling of complex sustainability problems to practice-relevant and actor-related solution contributions.

Leuphana University of Lueneburg – Faculty Of Sustainability

The Leuphana University of Lüneburg has a long tradition in the field of integrative environmental and sustainability sciences. The sustainability activities in the areas of research, teaching, cooperation with practice and campus development have already received several awards. The inter- and transdisciplinary working methods of the faculty in research, teaching and knowledge transfer into social practice aim, in particular, at identifying, strengthening, preserving and – if necessary – recreating sustainable development opportunities for a civil society in the 21st century.

Research is designed as a problem- and solution-oriented, mutual (sustainability) teaching and learning process between science and society. As “use inspired basic research”, sustainability research at Leuphana provides a scientifically sound basis for environmental and sustainability policy decisions and practical solutions to current challenges. Sociological and theoretical research on concepts and methods for inter- and transdisciplinary sustainability research complements the content research and teaching.

Prof. Dr. Matthias Barth
Professor of Science Teaching and Education for Sustainable Development

matthias.barth@leuphana.de
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Philip Bernert
Research Fellow

philip.bernert@leuphana.de
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Prof. Dr. Matthias Barth
Professor of Science Teaching and Education for Sustainable Development

matthias.barth@leuphana.de
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Philip Bernert
Research Fellow

philip.bernert@leuphana.de
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Leuphana University of Lueneburg – Faculty Of Sustainability

The Leuphana University of Lüneburg has a long tradition in the field of integrative environmental and sustainability sciences. The sustainability activities in the areas of research, teaching, cooperation with practice and campus development have already received several awards. The inter- and transdisciplinary working methods of the faculty in research, teaching and knowledge transfer into social practice aim, in particular, at identifying, strengthening, preserving and – if necessary – recreating sustainable development opportunities for a civil society in the 21st century.

Research is designed as a problem- and solution-oriented, mutual (sustainability) teaching and learning process between science and society. As “use inspired basic research”, sustainability research at Leuphana provides a scientifically sound basis for environmental and sustainability policy decisions and practical solutions to current challenges. Sociological and theoretical research on concepts and methods for inter- and transdisciplinary sustainability research complements the content research and teaching.

Prof. Dr. Gerhard de Haan
Head of Institut Futur

sekretariat@institutfutur.de
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Nele Fischer
Research Fellow

fischer@institutfutur.de
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Sascha Dannenberg
Research Fellow

dannenberg@institutfutur.de
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Freie Universität Berlin – Institut Futur

The Institute concentrates on three core areas: 1) social science futurology, 2) education for sustainable development (ESD) as a field of learning and action, and 3) research on the transfer of knowledge and innovation.

All research projects are committed to the guiding principle of sustainable development. Orientation knowledge for the future is collected systematically and methodically in a transparent manner and made available to the general public through public-effective transfers.

The Institut Futur coordinates the Master’s programme in futurology. The inter- and transdisciplinary Master’s programme teaches, among other things, the basics and methods of researching, developing and reflecting on ideas for the future in relation to society, politics and business.

Prof. Dr. Gerhard de Haan
Head of Institut Futur

sekretariat@institutfutur.de
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Sascha Dannenberg
Research Fellow

dannenberg@institutfutur.de
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Nele Fischer
Research Fellow

fischer@institutfutur.de
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Freie Universität Berlin – Institut Futur

The Institute concentrates on three core areas: 1) social science futurology, 2) education for sustainable development (ESD) as a field of learning and action, and 3) research on the transfer of knowledge and innovation.

All research projects are committed to the guiding principle of sustainable development. Orientation knowledge for the future is collected systematically and methodically in a transparent manner and made available to the general public through public-effective transfers.

The Institut Futur coordinates the Master’s programme in futurology. The inter- and transdisciplinary Master’s programme teaches, among other things, the basics and methods of researching, developing and reflecting on ideas for the future in relation to society, politics and business.

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für die Tagung am 22.1.2019

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