Former Team Members

Dr. Nataly Jürges

Division of Social Sciences
Department of Economics
Working Group Governance and Institutions

Helmholtz Centre
for Environmental Research − UFZ
Permoserstr. 15
04318 Leipzig, Germany

Nataly Jürges

Areas of Expertise and Research

Governance of natural resources, agricultural policy, forest policy, sustainable land use systems, sustainable soil management

Curriculum Vitae

10/2015 − 05/2016

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research– UFZ
Researcher, Department of Economics

05/2012 – 07/2015

Leuphana University, Lüneburg
PhD-scholarship “Environment and sustainability in the region”

“Forest conflicts in the face of energy transition and climate change − Actor-centered analysis from a multi-level governance perspective”

07/2014 – 12/2014

University of Maine, School of Forest Resources, Orono, USA
Visiting researcher with a scholarship of the Fulbright Commission

02/2011 – 04/2012

Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut (vTI), Braunschweig
Researcher, Institute for Rural Areas  

08/2010 – 01/2011

Umweltbundesamt, Dessau-Roßlau
Researcher, Department III 2.2, Resource conservation, material cycles, mineral and metal industries

10/2007 – 07/2010

M.Sc. Integrated Natural Resource Management
Faculty of Agriculture, Humboldt University Berlin

Master Thesis:
“Transaction costs as a barrier for small-scale CDM-Projects? Options for the reduction of transaction costs: The case of efficient wood stoves in Nigeria”

02/2007 – 07/2007

Wageningen University, Netherlands
Forestry & nature conservation program

05/2005 – 02/2007

Basic studies social sciences  

10/2003 – 03/2007

B. Sc. Forestry and Forest Ecology
Faculty of Forestry, Georg-August-University Göttingen

Current Projects

BonaRes – Soil Research Center

Project “Soil govenance and sustainable soil management”

Recent Publications

Juerges, Nataly und Newig, Jens (2015): What roles for frames in scalar conflicts? In: Land Use Policy 49, 426-434.

Juerges, Nataly und Newig, Jens (2015): How interest groups adapt to the changing forest governance landscape in the EU: A case study from Germany. In: Forest Policy and Economics 50, 228-235.