Dziumla, Juliane

Sustainability Coordinator

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  • Juliane Dziumla
    INSTITUTE:
    UNU-FLORES
    OFFICE:
    UNU-FLORES, Ammonstrasse 74, Dresden, 01067, Germany
    E-MAIL:
    dziumla@unu.edu
    PHONE:
    +49 351 7999 3817
    NATIONALITY:
    German

    Research Interests

    • Environmental Change & Sustainable Development
    • Environmental policy
    • Regional knowledge network
    • Sustainability

    Education

    • Master of Arts, Environment, Politics and Globalisation, King´s College London, UK (2013)
    • Bachelor of Arts, Media Management, University of Applied Sciences Mittweida, Germany (2012)

    Appointments

    • Executive Associate, UNU-FLORES
    • Assistant for Marketing and Educational Guidance, HOGA Schulen
    • PR and Business Development, TerraCycle

    Biographical Statement

    Juliane Dziumla has been a member of UNU-FLORES since 2018 and is the co-founder of the Green Committee at the Institute. As the Sustainability Coordinator, she is responsible for the integration of sustainability-focused aspects into research projects, and the Institute’s involvement in activities relevant to sustainability. These activities include the UNU-wide sustainability cooperation and the ‘Greening the Blue’ campaign. She is also the Editorial Coordinator for the Springer Journal Sustainability Management Forum and manages PRISMA – Center for Sustainability Assessment and Policy based at Technische Universität Dresden.

    Juliane has always been passionate about environmental conservation, sustainability, and working towards a greener future. Prior to joining UNU-FLORES, she worked in the PR and Business Development department of the recycling company, TerraCycle, in London, UK, where she worked on a wide range of business proposals for potential new recycling products, and later as a marketing assistant for HOGA Schulen. Along with promoting the Sustainability Strategy of UNU-FLORES, Juliane looks forward to cooperating with a wide range of actors in science, policy, and civil society, to “walk the talk” together on the path to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.