Co-supervisors and affiliated faculty

Ina Möller has a background in political science and sustainability studies and specializes in climate governance and complex systems, with an interest in the social dynamics that link climate science and policy making. Originally from Germany, Ina completed her PhD and MSc degrees at Lund University in Sweden. Her research has focused on emergence of climate geoengineering as a new type of solution to address climate change. She is now expanding this focus by studying the role of major emitters in international climate politics and their engagement with climate transparency. She works as a postdoctoral research fellow within the TRANSGOV project, engaging in co-supervision, coordination, outreach and research activities.

Sanneke Kloppenburg is an Assistant Professor at the Environmental Policy Group of Wageningen University. She has a background in sociology and is interested in emerging digital technologies and their implications for the governance of sustainable production and consumption practices. Thematically, she focuses on digital infrastructures for energy, mobility and food provisioning. Within the TRANSGOV project, she is Robert Bergsvik’s co-promoter.

Martin Herold is Professor at the Laboratory of Geo-Information Science and Remote Sensing of Wageningen University. He also leads the land cover team of Global Observations of Forest Cover and Land Dynamics (GOFC-GOLD) and coordinates the R&D component of the Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI). He is an expert in the development and implementation of large-area, tropical land change and forest monitoring systems in the context of UNFCCC and the Sustainable Development Goals, including research on open source data, transparency of information and engagement of multiple stakeholders in land and forest monitoring processes. He is affiliated faculty with the TRANSGOV project.

Niki de Sy is a postdoctoral researcher at Wageningen University’s Geo-Information Science and Remote Sensing Group. She is part of CIFOR’s global comparative study on REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation, plus enhancing forest carbon stocks in developing countries). Her research focuses on national forest monitoring and transparency for REDD+, with particular emphasis on remote sensing technologies, national capacities and circumstances, and drivers of deforestation. She is affiliated faculty with the TRANSGOV project.

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