Dipl.-Soz. Katrin Barth

Contact

Dipl.-Soz. Katrin Barth
Assistant

Department of Urban and Environmental Sociology
Helmholtz Centre
for Environmental Research - UFZ
Permoserstraße 15
04318 Leipzig, Germany

phone: ++49 - 341 - 235 1731
fax: ++49 - 341 - 235 1836
Katrin Barth



Current Project

since 2013
Helmholtz International Research Group Climate change adaptation options in Santiago de Chile and other Latin American megacities - Urban vulnerability on local level (CLAVE)

Completed Projects

2009–2012
Assistant in the coordination team of the Research Project
ClimateAdaptationSantiago (CAS)

2005-2011
Assistant in the coordination team of the Research Initiative
Risk Habitat Megacity (RHM)


Curriculum Vitae

since 2005

Assistant in the Department of Urban and Environmental Sociology, UFZ

2004

Public Relation, Deutsche Bahn AG

2003

Diploma in Sociology, University of Leipzig


Publications

Krellenberg, K., Link, F., Welz, J., Harris, J., Barth, K., Irarrazaval, F. (2014): Supporting local adaptation: The contribution of socio-environmental fragmentation to urban vulnerability. Appl. Geogr. 55, 61 – 70.

Krellenberg, K., Barth, K. (2014): Inter- and transdisciplinary research for planning climate change adaptation responses: the example of Santiago de Chile. Interdiscip. Sci. Rev. 39 (4), 360 – 375.

Krellenberg, K., Barth, K., Hansjürgens, B. (2014): Developing a regional climate change adaptation plan: learning from Santiago de Chile. In: Krellenberg, K., Hansjürgens, B. (eds.), Climate Adaptation Santiago, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, p. 207 – 216.

Krellenberg, K., Barth, K., Garcia Soler, N. (2014): From planning to implementation: capacities and competences. In: Krellenberg, K., Hansjürgens, B. (eds.), Climate Adaptation Santiago, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, p. 175 - 187.

Krellenberg, K., Jordán, R., Rehner, J., Schwarz, A., Infante, B., Barth, K. & Pérez, A. (2013) (eds): Adaptación al cambio climático en megaciudades de América Latina Red Regional de Aprendizaje del Proyecto ClimaAdaptaciónSantiago (CAS). Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). Santiago de Chile , 97 pp.