Dr Tabea Lissner
Climate Analytics, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
Dr Lissner leads Climate Analytics’ work in the field of socio-ecological systems and vulnerability. Her work focusses on the assessment of climate impacts, with a special interest in human-environmental systems and impacts on societally important sectors. In this context, Dr Lissner works on translating the various determinants of vulnerability into methods, which advance the comparability and transferability of results between regions and which provide useful information to stakeholders and decision-makers in especially vulnerable regions. She has published on a range of topics in the field of climate impacts, including recent publications on impacts at 1.5°C of warming.
She has a background in Geography, Political Science and Environmental Management and holds a PhD in Geography from Humboldt University, Berlin, which she developed while working in the Climate Change & Development Group at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.
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