As founder and managing director of adelphi with over 20 years of experience in climate policy and urban governance, Alexander Carius oversees the project implementation as project director. He was in charge of the “Expert Forum on Creating Pathways for Urban Resilience” (Singapore, 2018), through which he already worked closely with ASEC.
Tobias Hausotter acts as team leader of the project. He is Co-Lead of adelphi’s Climate Policy Programme Having led numerous projects in the area of climate change that focus on an ambitious implementation of the Paris Agreement over the past twelve years.
Kathrin Ludwig has extensive experience in the implementation and planning of international and national climate adaptation and biodiversity-related policies and processes and joins the project as senior adaptation expert. She will lead a horizontal level work stream, focused on deepening strategic and collaborative action to improve integrated urban resilience planning.
With more than eleven years of experience as a scientist, trainer, and consultant on adaptation and urban transformation, Till Sterzel acts as senior urban resilience expert. He will lead a vertical coordination work package with a focus on sharing knowledge, experiences, and good practices to speed and scale up action on urban resilience in ASEAN.
Daria Gettueva acts as an adaptation and resilience expert. She is experienced in capacity-development, building expert networks and supporting international climate and adaptation policy projects. She is responsible for the overarching work stream and supports the implementation of the horizontal and vertical work streams.
Julia Kirr supports the team with her expertise in adaptation and resilience as well as experience in stakeholder capacity development. She is involved in the implementation of all three work streams and in steering the coordination of capacity building events.
With extensive experience in conference management, Perry Oehmigen will support organisational, conceptual, and logistical areas, starting from invitation and guest management, selection of venues and online tools, up to travel planning and on-site production.
This project is supported by a grant from
the German Federal Foreign Office.