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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Lebenswissenschaftliche Fakultät - Ressourcenökonomie

Abgeschlossene Graduierungsarbeiten

 
2019
   

 

  Miira Koltermann

Spielen für den Klimaschutz - Eine Vergleichsstudie von Varianten des Klimaspiels KEEP COOL (M.Sc.)

  Sebastian Ott

Climate Change and Financial Archetypes: How climate change transition risks are redistributed through divestments, share buybacks, and bankruptca proceedings (M.Sc.)

  Yanhua Shi

The Transformative Role of Information and Knowledge governance on Climate Change Adaptation: a Systematic Review (M.Sc.)

  Marcos Paulo Pedrosa Alves

Modeling the impacts of grazing on grass yields and soil carbon stocks: A machine learning approach (M.Sc.) *

  Raquel Gonzaga de Oliveira

Corporate Sustainability Commitments: What is the Missing Link to transform Commitments into Action and end Soy supply chain driven Deforestation in Brazil? (M.Sc.) *

  Quian Che

Strategic Inter-fossil Fuel effects of Climate Policies: a Game-theoretic Analysis (M.Sc.)

  Philipp Schadt

Exploring Urban Climate Action: Eine Faktorenanalyse (B.Sc.)

  Karli Moore

Cost Effectiveness of Greenhouse Gas Reductions through Afforestation of Agricultural Land in the Arkansas Delta (M.Sc.) *

2018
  Antonia Schuster Socio-metabolic class theory and statistical analysis of German population survey data. An interdisciplinary approach of assessing socio metabolic classes on the German society and the inherent role of different types of capital on carbon emissions (M.Sc.) *
  Minseong Jeong The sum is greater than its parts:
theoretical evidence for renewable targets in federal systems (M.Sc.)
  Joseph MacPherson Transboundary spillovers of climate change adaption measures: a systematic review (M.Sc.)
  Julia Epp

Mapping and Explaining the Emergence and Effectiveness of Climate Cooperative Initiatives

(M.Sc.)
  Hauke Ebert

The role of power structures for a social-ecological transformation

(M.Sc.)
  Lea Fink

What drives firms to successfully cooperate on climate change? – An institutional analysis of the Science Based Targets Initiative

(M.Sc.)
  Nicole Möller

Trade Unions' Participation in International Networks for Energy Democracy and Climate Change Mitigation

(M.Sc.)
  Michela Cannovale-Palermo

Institutional barriers to climate change adaptation during Expo 2015, Milan (M.Sc.)

  Nike Arning Linking Land Access and Collective Irrigation Management (M.Sc.)
  Francis Leonard Beeson

The Political Economy of the Environment and Resources (M.Sc.)

2017    
  Sam Oxenaar Government-fossil fuel industry interdependencies. Mapping financial and organizational interdependencies between the Dutch government and the fossil fuel industry (M.Sc.)
  Anastasia Gotgelf Opportunities for water governance adaptation to climate change (M.Sc.)
  Diego Calderon The role of property rights in solving externalities: A case study on armed conflict and gold mining in Colombia's Pacific region (M.Sc.) *
  Verena Maas Observing responsible food consumption in families living in Ecuador. Getting closer to food sovereignty with civil action?(M.Sc.) *
  Manuel Arredondo Ecological design in the Mexican rainforest under uncertainty and surprise: A case study of the Flor de Marqués Ejido as a public experiment according to Gross (2010) (M.Sc.) *
  Isabelle Riebow Adaptive co-management of wild horses in Kosciuszko National Park, Australia: Defining the policy problems (M.Sc.) *
 

Maren Birkenstock

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Jonathan Barth

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* Extern First Supervisor