Katharina Behm is a land use consultant at Climate Focus. Her current research primarily focuses on agriculture and land use topics.
Before joining Climate Focus, Katharina completed an exchange program at the University of Copenhagen where she focused on global environmental governance, multilateral environmental policies of the EU, and climate change and land use. She also worked at the Chair of International Relations at the University of Greifswald and assisted with the teaching of negotiation techniques and with training for the Model United Nations program in New York City. In her spare time, Katharina’s interests include garden design, horse-riding, skiing, hiking and playing the saxophone.
Katharina holds degrees from the University of Greifswald (BA in political science and English & American studies) and from the University of Potsdam (MA in political science with a focus on environmental and climate change policies).