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Karl Lehmann

BA (Business Administration; Event, Exhibition and Congress Management)

Events & Communications Manager

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Karl Lehmann works as Events & Communications Manager in the Events and Communications Team at Ecologic Institute. He focuses on the conceptual design and implementation of event and communication formats. He is a native German speaker, but he is also fluent in English and has basic knowledge of French.

As part of his work in the Events Team, Karl Lehmann is responsible for the preparation, implementation, and follow-up of national, European, and international conferences that address current environmental policy issues, such as conferences, workshops, study tours and webinars. He is particularly interested in designing tailor-made event formats to ensure the effective involvement of participants.

In addition to that, Karl Lehmann develops concepts for the external communication and dissemination of research projects at Ecologic Institute. He is responsible for the coordination of communication activities as well as their efficient, strategic and technical implementation. A particular focus of his work is the effective use of social media. Together with other colleagues he manages the social media accounts of Ecologic Institute and consults with colleagues in dealing with social media as a communication tool for their research projects.

Karl Lehmann completed a dual-study BA program in Business Administration with a focus on Event, Exhibition, and Conference Management at the University of Cooperative Education in Berlin in October 2014. During his studies, Karl placed special focus on integrating social media and events.

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Selected projects by Karl Lehmann
 
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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
 
Why the EU4Ocean Coalition? The ocean is a source of life for human beings. It gives us food, oxygen and energy. It is home to many species and acts as climate regulator. Understanding how we influence the ocean and how the ocean influences us is at the core of ocean... Read more

The EU4Ocean Coalition for Ocean Literacy

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How do we take sound decisions on new or emerging technologies? The RECIPES project (REconciling sCience, Innovation and Precaution through the Engagement of Stakeholders) aims to develop new tools and guidelines to ensure the precautionary principle is applied while... Read more

Reconciling Science, Innovation and Precaution through the Engagement of Stakeholders (RECIPES)

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The Dialogue Forum "Business mitigates climate change" aimed to increase networking within the German economy to improve climate protection. After the spring of 2017, around 100 companies from all sectors of the economy worked closer together and exchanged information.... Read more
 
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Nature is important for the urban environment: trees grant shade during the summer months, while parks and lakes function as areas for relaxation, as places where the urban population comes together, and as space where children can experience nature and learn about it... Read more

Nature Based Urban Innovation (NATURVATION)

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©Hendrik Silbermann (ARTWORKs)
This project oversees the organization of workcamps for German youth interested in green professions during vacations in 2016-2018. Participation in the one week long vocational camps in Wangelin, Mecklenburg is free of charge. Themes of the workcamps include the... Read more
Selected publications by Karl Lehmann
 

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Green roofs make buildings cool. Literally. As cities deal with the impacts of climate change, green roofs can offer solutions and help with rainwater management, insulation and cooling, amongst other benefits. No matter the weather, installing a green roof also... Read more

Ecologic Institute 2020: Bringing Nature Back into Cities. Creating Green Cities. Podcast. 25. June 2020. Online: https://creating-green-cities.podigee.io/1-bringing-nature-back-into-cities

 

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The city of Barcelona has an entire strategy dedicated to taking care of its trees, called the Tree Masterplan. To create this Masterplan, the city talked to over 700 different people – from gardeners to urban planners and from restaurant owners to street cleaners – to... Read more

Ecologic Institute 2020: All Hands on Deck: Governing Urban Green. Creating Green Cities. Podcast. 27 July 2020. Online: https://creating-green-cities.podigee.io/3-governing-urban-green

 

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Living in a neighborhood with lots of trees will make you live longer… or will it? Urban nature is said to bring diverse health, social, economic and environmental benefits to cities and their populations. Understanding the scale of and access to these benefits is... Read more

Ecologic Institute 2020: Urban Trees and Gardens: How Good Are They Really for You?. Creating Green Cities. Podcast. 13 July 2020. Online: https://creating-green-cities.podigee.io/2-urban-trees-and-gardens

 

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The city of Barcelona is reinventing the work soil; a social entrepreneur in Utrecht is trying to challenge the way the government cooperates with local green initiatives; and a housing company in Malmo is redefining neighbourhood design for the 21st century. All these... Read more

Ecologic Institute, 2020: Innovating with Nature, People and Places. 24 August 2020. Online: https://creating-green-cities.podigee.io/5-innovating-with-nature-people-and-places

 

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Hans Pijls, founder of the "Food for Good" urban farm in Utrecht, believes his project generates different types of value for the city, such as improving the economic value of surrounding buildings, boosting employment, and generating positive effects for health, well... Read more

Ecologic Institute, 2020: Valuing nature: can money really grow on trees?. 10 August 2020. Online: https://creating-green-cities.podigee.io/4-valuing-nature

 

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"Sustainable Agriculture – Someone has to take the first step": Welcome to the second episode of the environment-focused podcast series "Knowledge for Future", produced by Ecologic Institute and detector.fm. Today organic products are all the rage, but long before... Read more

Ecologic Institute, detektor.fm 2019: Landwirtschaft, aber nachhaltig - Einer muss immer anfangen. Knowledge for Future - The Environment Podcast. Podcast. 19. June 2019. Online: https://detektor.fm/wirtschaft/nachhaltig-wirtschaften-vom-milchviehbetrieb-zur-bio-marke

 
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The third episode of the environment-focused podcast "Knowledge for Future" looks at concepts for sustainable financing. There are many innovative ideas for a more environmentally friendly and sustainable economy.  However, the implementation of these concepts... Read more

Ecologic Institute, detektor.fm 2019: Nachhaltige Finanzierungskonzepte – Auch Weltverbesserer brauchen Geld. Knowledge for Future – The Environment Podcast. Podcast. 20 June 2019.

Science creates neutral facts. It responds – in the best case without value judgement – to questions from its field, society and politics. But not everything discovered through science is actually interesting to society as a whole. Sometimes, there is simply a lack of... Read more

Ecologic Institute, detektor.fm 2020: Transdisziplinäre Forschung: Und in der Praxis?. Knowledge for Future – The Environment Podcast. Podcast. 29 January 2020. Online: https://detektor.fm/wissen/knowledge-for-future-transdisziplinaere-forschung

 

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Sustainable management and climate protection policy – these are the topics of the new podcast series "Knowledge for future". We will present people and ideas that set an example in making the economy more sustainable. It will also focus on current developments in... Read more

Ecologic Institut, detektor.fm 2019: Von unkonventionellen Ideen und spannenden Menschen. Knowledge for Future – Der Umwelt-Podcast. Podcast. 15. Juni 2019. Online: https://detektor.fm/wirtschaft/knowledge-for-future-nachhaltig-in-die-zukunft

 

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If science provides the right impulses, completely new ideas can emerge in practice. The last episode of the environmental podcast "Knowledge for Future" dealt with the importance of transdisciplinary research, in particular with the synergies and challenges that can... Read more

Ecologic Institute, detektor.fm 2020: Forschung trifft auf Praxis: Und was kommt dabei raus?. Knowledge for Future – Der Umwelt-Podcast. 12 February 2020. Online: https://detektor.fm/wissen/knowledge-for-future-nachhaltigkeit-forschung-trifft-praxis

Sustainable, ecological management practices are not confined to agriculture alone, but can be implemented along an operation's entire value chain. It is merely a question of whether or not you are prepared to go for it. The fourth episode of the environment podcast ... Read more

Ecologic Institute, detektor.fm 2019: Nachhaltig bis zur Wertschöpfungskette – Sharing is caring. Knowledge for Future – The Environment Podcast. Podcast. 21 June 2019. Online: https://detektor.fm/wirtschaft/knowledge-for-future-nachhaltig-bis-zur-wertschoepfungskette

Selected events by Karl Lehmann
 

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Plastic in the environment is a topic of immense significance, which has only grown in relevance since the Coronavirus pandemic. Water pollution (oceans, rivers, lakes, ground water) and plastic/microplastics in the environment are among the top environmental... Read more

Conference:Plastic in the Environment – Final Conference of the BMBF Research Programme

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On the occasion of its 25th anniversary, Ecologic Institute, together with the Institute for European Environmental Policy and TMG, hosted the Think2030 conference "Harnessing the European Green Deal to Address the Climate Crisis: Anticipating Risks, Fostering... Read more
 
Bundesumweltministerin Svenja Schulze | Foto: Stefan Röhl
The final event of the dialogue forum "Wirtschaft macht Klimaschutz" took place on 11 March 2020 at the Turbinenhalle in Berlin. Over the past two years, representatives from more than 100 companies have jointly developed ideas, projects and concrete steps to promote... Read more

Conference:Business Mitigates Climate Change – Final Event of the Dialogue Forum

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Berlin, Germany
 
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At the kick kick-off event for its six thematic working groups, the dialogue forum "Business Mitigates Climate Change" of around 200 leading German companies discussed how they could increase their climate change mitigation efforts and move forward on the way... Read more
 
RECARE Abschlusskonferenz
What is the best way forward for soil protection in the EU? How can we improve EU policies to secure the delivery of soil ecosystem services? These questions were the focus of the final policy conference of the RECARE project which took place on 27 September 2018 in... Read more

Conference:Preventing and Remediating Degradation of Soils in Europe – RECARE Final Policy Conference

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Brussels, Belgium
 
Auftaktkonferenz in Berlin
On 30 June 2017, the Federal Environment Minister Dr. Barbara Hendricks kicked off the Dialogue Forum "Wirtschaft macht Klimaschutz" ("Business Mitigates Climate Protection"). More than 130 participants from companies from all economic sectors met to discuss the... Read more

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