Anna Schlingmann


(M.Sc. in Environmental Science, 2016, University of Potsdam) is a Predoctoral Research Fellow of the LICCI team at ICTA-UAB. During her master´s studies, she has deepened her knowledge on agricultural production as a driver for future land use and climate changes. She carried out her master thesis at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), where she applied a global biophysical and agroeconomical model to analyze the impacts of global dietary changes on greenhouse gas emissions. For the LICCI project, she uses the multiple evidence approach to enhance knowledge exchange between social and natural sciences. Her field of interest comprises local responses to climate change impacts and the analysis of drivers and barriers for adaptation in Indigenous Peoples and local communities.