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Prof. Dr. Cordula Kropp

University of Stuttgart, Institute for Social Sciences

I support WERTvoll because I find the development of local transformation potentials in partnership particularly promising on the way to a socially and ecologically just society.

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Prof. Dr. Cordula Kropp, sociologist, has held the chair of sociology with a focus on environmental and technology research at the Institute for Social Sciences at the University of Stuttgart since 2016 and has been director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Risk and Innovation Research at the University of Stuttgart since 2017. Cordula Kropp studied sociology, psychology and ethnology at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, where she received her PhD in 2001 under Ulrich Beck with an investigation of the political consequences of social understandings of nature and natural conditions.

From 1996-2002 she was responsible for the in-depth area of environmental and technical sociology at the Institute of Sociology at the LMU. From 2002-2009 she was responsible for several projects in the field of social science risk and sustainability research at the Munich Project Group for Social Research (MPS) and was scientific director of the MPS from 2005-2009. During this time, she was also involved in numerous international collaborations on issues of sustainable development in the agricultural and food sector, on risk research and on research for dialogue-based and side-effect sensitive scientific policy advice.

From 2009-2016, she held a professorship for social science innovation research at the University of Applied Sciences in Munich, where she conducted research on the possibilities of municipal handling of climate change and climate adaptation.

The focus of her work at the University of Stuttgart is the investigation of socio-technical transformation processes and their participation-oriented and sustainability-aware accompaniment, especially in infrastructure sectors such as mobility, energy, water and architecture. Kropp is a member of the Sustainability Advisory Council in Baden-Württemberg, the Advisory Council for Civil Society and Citizen Participation in the Ministry of State of Baden-Württemberg and is a member of several scientific commissions and advisory boards.

For the latest publications see: www.uni-stuttgart.de/soz/tu/mitarbeiter/kropp.html

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Prof. Dr. Cordula Kropp
Institut für Sozialwissenschaften der Universität Stuttgart (SoWi V)
Seidenstr. 36
70174 Stuttgart
Tel: 0711/685-83971 (Sekretariat)
Email: cordula.kropp@sowi.uni-stuttgart.de

Dr. Anett Richter

Thünen-Institute for Biodiversity

I support WERTvoll because I am convinced that together they can create, apply and experience valuable knowledge, bring new perspectives to all involved and generate a value creation of inmaterial values.

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The core competencies of Dr. Anett Richter lie in the field of Citizen Science and participatory nature conservation. From 2014 to 2019 she was deputy head of the Department of Ecosystem Services at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) based at the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) and successfully established Citizen Science in Germany. Ms. Richter’s research focuses on structures and functioning in Citizen Science.

Her research includes questions about the influence of Citizen Science at the interface between science and politics, the role of motivation in research projects. Since October 2019, Ms Richter has been setting up a working group on Citizen Science-based monitoring in the agricultural landscape at the Thuenen Institute in Braunschweig and is researching the role and impact of Citizen Science in the agricultural landscape.

For the latest publications see: https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=40344#2019

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Dr. Anett Richter
Thünen-Institut für Biodiversität
Bundesallee 65
38116 Braunschweig
Tel: 0531 596 2686
Email: anett.richter@thuenen.de

Prof. em. Dr. habil. Ralph Meißner

Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research GmbH – UFZ

I support WERTvoll, as I am in favour of short distances from the agricultural producer to the consumer and consider it necessary to produce food in a sustainable way with special consideration for water protection!

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Prof. Dr. Ralph Meißner teaches at the Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg in the Department of Landscape Water Balance at the Institute of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences and is active at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research-UFZ.

His main topic and thus the connection to WERTvoll is the influence of agriculture on groundwater. In his long career Mr. Meißner has led many national and international research projects in this field, developed new standards by developing lysimeter and suction plate systems in order to be able to examine groundwater recharge and leachate quality in a standardised way.

For the latest publications see: https://www.ufz.de/index.php?de=39800

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Prof. Dr. Ralph Meißner
Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung GmbH – UFZ
Falkenberg 55
39615 Altmärkische Wische
Tel: 0391 810 9771
Email: ralph.meissner@ufz.de

Prof. Dr. Eckhard Jedicke

Geisenheim University of Applied Sciences, Institute for Landscape Planning and Nature Conservation

WERTvoll can create new values – in nature quality, quality of life and income for land users. I find the local cooperation of people in town and country groundbreaking – together more can be achieved!

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Prof. Dr. Eckhard Jedicke (Dipl.-Geogr.) leads the Institute for Landscape Planning and Nature Conservation and is Professor for Landscape Development at the Geisenheim University of Applied Sciences. There he is building up a nationwide competence centre for cultural landscape (KULT). He also publishes the journal “Naturschutz und Landschaftsplanung” (https://www.nul-online.de/).

The mutual transfer of knowledge between practice and science in the use and thus design of cultural landscapes is promoted by Mr. Jedicke, among others with the KULT network. He is also concerned with a fair balance of interests between the interests of nature conservation and land users – and this can only be achieved through intensive dialogue. In the work of WERTvoll he can contribute his experience, for example, in questions of pasture concepts, production-integrated compensation, water body and floodplain renaturation, biotope networks, agricultural subsidies and ecosystem services.

For the latest publications see: https://www.hs-geisenheim.de/forschung/institute/landschaftsplanung-und-naturschutz/professur-fuer-landschaftsentwicklung/

Contact:
Prof. Dr. Eckhard Jedicke
Institut für Landschaftsplanung und Naturschutz & Kompetenzzentrum Kulturlandschaft (KULT)
Von-Lade-Straße 1
65366 Geisenheim
Tel: 06722 502 760
Email: eckhard.jedicke@hs-gm.de

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