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Janna Vakili

BSc (Environmental Sciences)

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Janna Vakili works as a Research Assistant for Ecologic Institute Berlin. Her main research area is plastics. Her work includes, inter alia, the support of the research focus "Plastics in the environment – sources – sinks – solutions" and the Citizen Science Project "Plastic Pirates – Go Europe!". Janna Vakili's scientific interests also cover numerous other areas of environmental and sustainability science, in particular water-related issues. She is a native German speaker and also works in English.

Before joining Ecologic Institute Berlin, Janna Vakili worked as a freelancer and contributed to the development of a hydrological study for the Hamburg Port Authority. Prior to that Janna Vakili worked at Leuphana University Lüneburg as a student researcher.

In addition to her work for Ecologic Institute Berlin, Janna Vakili studies Integrated Natural Resource Management at the Humboldt University of Berlin. She completed her bachelor's degree in environmental sciences (B. Sc.) with a minor in spatial sciences at Leuphana University Lüneburg in 2019.

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Selected projects by Janna Vakili
 
| Fotolia © Christian Schulz
In the framework of the scientific accompanying research (PlastikNet) of the research focus "Plastics in the Environment – Sources • Sinks • Solutions" (Plastik in der Umwelt – Quellen • Senken • Lösungsansätze) Ecologic Institute coordinates 20 joint research projects,... Read more
 
© BMBF/Plastic Pirates – Go Europe!
A torn plastic bag on the riverbank or a yoghurt cup floating in the water are symptoms of serious interference with the highly complex system of seas, the ocean and flowing waterways. The Plastic Pirates – Go Europe! project focuses on this plastic waste problem and... Read more
Selected publications by Janna Vakili
 
Plastic Pirates Website

@Ecologic Institute

A torn plastic bag on the riverbank or a yoghurt cup floating in the water are symptoms of serious interference with the highly complex system of seas, the ocean and flowing waterways. The Plastic Pirates – Go Europe! project focuses on this plastic waste problem and... Read more

Ecologic Institut (2020):Plastic Pirates – Go Europe!. URL: https://www.plastic-pirates.eu/en

 
Cover of the publication "Evaluierung der Nationalen Klimaschutzinitiative Einzelevaluierungsbericht Kommunale Energieeffizienz-Netzwerke, Förderjahre 2015-2019"

© Öko-Institut

The funding call "Municipal Networks" is part of the National Climate Initiative (NCI) of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety. Since 2008, the NCI funds climate protection projects throughout Germany, thus contributing to the... Read more

Paar, Angelika; Clemens Hecker; Doris Knoblauch et. al. 2021: Evaluierung der Nationalen Klimaschutzinitiative. Einzelevaluierungsbericht. Kommunale Energieeffizienz-Netzwerke, Förderjahre 2015-2019. ifeu - Institut für Energie- und Umweltforschung, Ecologic Institute: Heidelberg, Berlin.

 
Screenshot of the first page of the quiz

Ecologic Institute

When I wash a polyester fleece jacket, can microplastics get into the water? How many climate-damaging greenhouse gases are released annually due to the global production of plastics and what is chemical recycling? Plastics are all around us and make up an essential... Read more

Ecologic Institute 2020: Quiz: Plastic in the environment – What do you know? Online: quiz.bmbf-plastik.de

 
In Europe, limited information is available about the environmental characteristics of the vehicles stocks and of traded used vehicles in terms of vehicle's air pollutant and CO2 emissions. In this report Ecologic Institute and Fraunhofer ISI explore available national... Read more

Velten, Eike Karola; Clemens Brauer, Jan-Erik Thie (2020): Used vehicle trade and fleet composition in Europe. Final report of the project "Used vehicle trade and fleet composition in Europe" on behalf of the EEA. Ecologic Institute and Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI: Berlin, Karlsruhe.