Inga Söllner

Inga is a network member of PlanAdapt, based in Rostock, Germany.

Inga has several years of work experience in international cooperation working at the interface of policy-practice-research in Latin America and Africa. Her work has focused on the thematic areas of biodiversity and ecosystem services, climate change adaptation and the UN Sustainable Development Goals with a particular focus on marine and coastal ecosystems. Her expertise lies in developing stakeholder engagement and communication strategies and supporting knowledge transfer.

Currently, Inga works as a project manager for the NGO “EUCC – The Coastal Union Germany” in a project on climate change adaptation at the Baltic Sea Coast. With her interdisciplinary background she collaborates with researchers, local decision-makers and other stakeholders in order to conceptualize and evaluate sustainable adaptation strategies for the German Baltic Sea Coast.

Inga holds two academic degrees: a diploma in Regional Science of Latin America (University of Cologne) and a MSc in Environment and Resource Management with a specialization in biodiversity and ecosystem services (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam). Her master thesis focused on the integration of ecosystem services in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in the context of Small Island Developing States.

For more info, see Inga’s LinkedIn profile.