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Prof. Dr. Hartmut Fünfgeld

Inhaber des Lehrstuhls Geographie des Globalen Wandels

E-Mail: hartmut.fuenfgeld[at]geographie.uni-freiburg.de
Telefon: ++49(0)761 203-3560
Raum: 02022
Sprechstunde: im Semester n.V.,
in der vorlesungsfreien Zeit n.V. per E-Mail an hartmut.fuenfgeld@geographie.uni-freiburg.de
 
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Research topics and projects
  • Global change research, esp. climate change impacts and adaptation
  • Urban policy and governance studies
  • Social vulnerability and resilience research
  • Development geography
  • Transdisciplinary research
 
Lecturing and teaching activities
  • Lectures and seminars on: human responses to climate change, development geography, urban governance and planning, energy transition, sustainability planning and management, participatory social research methods
  • Field trips and study tours: Australia, Germany, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Thailand
 
Vita
  • Since 02/2018 Professor for Geography of Global Change, Institute of Environmental Social Sciences and Geography, Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany
  • 01/2016 – 01/2018 Associate Professor in Sustainability and Urban Planning, School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT), Melbourne, Australia
  • 01/2015 – 12/2015 Senior Lecturer Sustainability and Urban Planning & Program Manager, Master of International Urban and Environmental Management, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia
  • 04/2013 – 12/2014 Director (Acting), Centre for Urban Research, School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT), Melbourne, Australia
  • 09/2012 – 03/2013 Senior Research Fellow, School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia
  • 10/2010 – 08/2012 Research Fellow, Climate Change Adaptation Program, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia
  • 12/2006 - 09/2010 Various roles in policy development and program management, ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, Freiburg, Germany & Melbourne, Australia
  • 02/2003 – 11/2005 Lecturer in Development Geography, Department of Geography, South Asia Institute, Ruprecht-Karls University of Heidelberg, Germany
  • 04/2001 – 12/2002 Research Assistant, Department of Geography, South Asia Institute, Ruprecht-Karls University of Heidelberg, Germany
  • 02/1998 – 01/1999 Research Assistant, Laboratory for Geo-ecology and Geomorphology, Department of Geography, Ruprecht-Karls University of Heidelberg, Germany
 
Publikationen (Auswahl)
Originalarbeiten in wissenschaftlichen FachzeitschriftenBuchbeiträgeKonferenzbeiträge
  • Fünfgeld H, Goodman R, Rowley S: Multi-level climate change adaptation governance and local government planning processes in Australia. 2016 (12th Urban Planning and Environment Symposium. Lisbon, Portugal)
  • Browm J, Rance A, Fünfgeld H, Russel M: Rural People: Resilient Futures Uncovering a leadership model for building resilience. 2015 (5th International Conference on Building Resilience. Newcastle, Australia)
  • Fünfgeld H, Rance A, Brown J: Rural People; Resilient Futures – leading from within. 2015 (21st International Sustainable Development Research Society Conference - Tipping Point: Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity. Geelong, Australia)
  • Granberg M, Fünfgeld H, Moloney S: Climate change and the emergence of networked governance in Sweden and Australia. 2015 (21st International Sustainable Development Research Society Conference - Tipping Point: Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity. Geelong, Australia)
  • Fünfgeld H: Framing the challenge of climate change adaptation for Victorian local governments. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 2013; 125 (1/2) : 45-55
  • Fünfgeld H, Rance A, Wallis P, Millin S, Bosomworth K, Lonsdale K: Climate change vulnerability and adaptation: Voices from the community services sector in Victoria. 2013 (State of Australian Cities 2013 Conference Proceedings) (download: http://www.soacconference.com.au/soac-conference-proceedings-and-powerpoint-presentations/)
  • Wallis P J, Millin S, Rance A, Fünfgeld H, Bosomworth K: Adapting to climate change for public health and wellbeing in rural Victoria. 2013 (The Australian Sociological Association Conference (TASA) Conference Proceedings. Melbourne, Australia.)
Sonstige Publikationen
  • McCann H, Fünfgeld H, Brown J, Wylie R: Social networks and disaster resilience: an introduction. Report prepared for the Enhancing Networks for Resilience Project Hamilton, Australia: Southern Grampians and Glenelg Primary Care Partnership, 2016 (download: http://sggpcp.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Social-Networks-and-Disaster-Resilience.-An-introduction..pdf)
  • McCann H, Fünfgeld H, Karkavandi M A, Brown J, Wylie R: Enhancing networks for resilience: Inter-organisational collaboration for disaster resilience – a case study of the Southern Grampians and Glenelg Primary Care Partnership. Melbourne: RMIT University Centre for Urban Research, 2016
  • Turner S, Fünfgeld H, Robertson S: Strategies for embedding climate change adaptation in public sector organisations: A Review of the Academic and Grey Literature. Melbourne: RMIT University Centre for Urban Research, 2016
  • Rance A, Fünfgeld H, Brown J: Building blocks of rural community resilience. Rural People; Resilient Futures Pilot Project Final Report. Melbourne: RMIT University Centre for Urban Research, 2015
  • Fünfgeld H, Bosomworth K, Millin S, Wallis P, Rance A: Adaptation planning for community service organisations and primary care partnerships: policy guidance for state government. Policy Brief: Climate Change Adaptation for Decision-makers, June 2014. Melbourne: Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research (VCCCAR), 8p, 2014
  • Fünfgeld H, Millin S, Rance A, Wallis P, Bosomworth K, Lonsdale K: Facilitating adaptation: Lessons learnt from engaging and supporting the primary health and community services sector in climate change adaptation. Melbourne: RMIT University, Monash University, and Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research, 39p, 2014
  • Turner S, Moloney S, Glover A, Fünfgeld H: A review of the monitoring and evaluation literature for climate change adaptation. Report prepared for the Western Alliance for Greenhouse Action (WAGA) ‘How well are we adapting’ Project. Melbourne: RMIT University Centre for Urban Research, 2014 (download: https://gallery.mailchimp.com/b38874b25e686137780eb836e/files/M_E_Lit_Review.pdf)
  • Fünfgeld H, McEvoy D: Framing climate change adaptation in policy development and implementation. Policy Brief: Climate Adaptation for Decision-makers, August 2013. Melbourne: Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research (VCCCAR), 8p., 2013
  • Fünfgeld H, Millin S, McEvoy D: Framing Adaptation in the Victorian Context - Case Study Report City of Greater Bendigo, 24p. Melbourne: Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research / RMIT University, 2013
  • Fünfgeld H, Millin S, McEvoy D: Framing Adaptation in the Victorian Context - Case Study Report City of Melbourne. 24p Melbourne: Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research / RMIT University, 2013
  • Fünfgeld H, Rance A, Millin S, Wallis P, Bosomworth K, Lonsdale K: Climate change adaptation in the natural resource management sector of Victoria: A literature review and analysis of institutional context and organisational needs for adaptation. Melbourne: RMIT University, Monash University, Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research., 2013
  • McEvoy D, Fünfgeld H: Framing Adaptation in the Victorian Context - synthesis report. Melbourne: RMIT University, Monash University, Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research, 2013
  • Moloney S, Fünfgeld H: Supporting partnerships with local government and the community. Discussion Paper for the VCCCAR Strategic Think Tank: Adaptation Research Beyond 2014. 29p. 2013
  • Rance A, Fünfgeld H, Enliven Victoria (SEHCP Inc.): Implementing climate change adaptation with enliven. Melbourne: RMIT University, Monash University, Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research and Enliven Victoria (SEHCP Inc.), 2013
  • Wallis P, Bosomworth K, Fünfgeld H, Millin S, Rance A, Lonsdale K: Climate change adaptation in the natural resource management sector of Victoria: A literature review and analysis of institutional context and organisational needs for adaptation. Melbourne: RMIT University, Monash University, Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research, 2013
 
Advisory roles and memberships
  • Global Advisor to the United Nations Global Compact Cities Programme
  • Editorial board member of the journal Environmental Policy and Governance, edited by Prof Andy Gouldson, University of Leeds
  • Member, Association of Geographers at German Tertiary Institutions (VGDH)
  • Member, German Association of University Professors and Lecturers (DHV)
  • Member, Institute of Australian Geographers (IAG)
  • Member, Working Group Natural Hazards and Risk, German Society for Geography (DGFG)
  • Past member, Victorian Government Adaptation Expert Reference Group
  • Past member of the Advisory Committee for the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR) ‘Making Cities Resilient’ Campaign.
  • Past expert judge for Victorian Government Premier’s Sustainability Awards, Victoria, Australia
  • Expert reviewer, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Working Group II contribution to the Fifth Assessment Report
  • Expert reviewer, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF)
  • Reviewer for academic journals and conferences (selection): Nature Climate Change; Global Environmental Change; Environmental Policy and Governance; Environment & Planning C: Government and Policy; Climate Policy; Disasters; Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability; Landscape and Urban Planning; Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension; Journal of Environmental Planning and Management; Resilient Cities; Sustainability; State of Australian Cities.
 

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