Projects and References

Current Projects

Previous Projects

  • 2019-2023 Advisory Mandate for the Aid by Trade Foundation on climate change impacts of cotton production (Carbon Neutral Initiative)
  • 2017-2020 Advisory Mandate for Government of German State Saxony-Anhalt and its ‘Competence Center for Urban Redevelopment’
  • 2019 Advisory Mandate for the German Federal Maritime Agency (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie) on Methods and Models for the Assessment of Cumulative Effects of Offshore Wind Energy in the North Sea
  • 2018 Support of the Business Declaration on ambitous climate action of the Stiftung Klimawirtschaft
  • 2012-2017 Regenerative Cities in China: Judged by either its speed or scale, China has fully exceeded developed countries in urbanization progress. The magnificent scale of cities and rapid urbanization in China make sustainable development a priority that not only concerns Chinese policy-makers, but also draws attentions from the entire world. The WFC launched the Regenerative Cities program in 2015 to stand with China in meeting the inevitable challenges that occur during sustainable urbanization reform. After one year of trial and error, 2016 marked the second year since the WFC initiated the Regenerative Cities program.
  • 2011-2017 Future of Cities Forum: A conference series on the Future of Cities founded by the WFC with annual high-level gatherings in different parts of the world including India, United Arab Emirates, Germany, Uganda, China and others.
  • 2009-2011 International Expert Commission on Cities and Climate Change: An international group of 40 climate experts, renowned architects, urban planners and policymakers that worked for some three years on a new role model for sustainable cities. This resulted in the 'regenerative city' concept which has become official UN language. It's one out nine key recommendations by the UN lead World Urban Campaign. the concept of a Regenerative City suggests that cities constantly regenerate the resspurces they absorb.