PolyUrbWaters Thursday Talk – Building Climate Resilience in Bremen


On the 30th of September 2021, Dr. Christof Voßeler was the guest on PolyUrbWaters Thursday Talk – a practice oriented science-policy dialogue – and gave a presentation on Building climate resilience in Bremen. The presentation of the case studies and lessons learned, was followed by a discussion. Dr. Christof Voßeler is a policy advisor for climate change adaptation at The Ministry for Climate Protection, Environment, Mobility, Urban and Housing Development of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen. He is an environmental engineer and economist and worked several years in the field of development cooperation. Since 2007, he is responsible for the development and implementation of climate change adaptation strategies in the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen. He is working in several practice-oriented research projects on climate resilience at provincial and municipality level and is a member of several national and international working groups on climate resilience.


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