Gabi Sonderegger

PhD Candidate

Sustainability Governance Impact Area

Phone
+41 31 684 54 49
E-Mail
gabi.sonderegger@unibe.ch
Office
280
Postal Address
Gabi Sonderegger
Centre for Development and Environment (CDE)
University of Bern
Mittelstrasse 43
CH-3012 Bern

Areas of professional focus at CDE

  • Sustainability governance
  • Telecoupled land systems
  • Sustainable Agriculture
  • Voluntary Sustainability Standards
  • Science-Policy-Society interface

Projects

  • COUPLED - Operationalising Telecouplings for Solving Sustainability Challenges for Land Use

Field experience

Guatemala, Bolivia, Nicaragua, The Netherlands, Georgia, Ghana and Indonesia

Languages

German, English, Spanish, Dutch, French, Portuguese (basics), Indonesian (basics)

Jump to: 2022 | 2020

2022

Diogo, Vasco; Helfenstein, Julian; Mohr, Franziska; Varghese, Vinisha; Debonne, Niels; Levers, Christian; Swart, Rebecca; Sonderegger, Gabi; Nemecek, Thomas; Schader, Christian; Walter, Achim; Ziv, Guy; Herzog, Felix; Verburg, Peter H.; Bürgi, Matthias (2022). Developing context-specific frameworks for integrated sustainability assessment of agricultural intensity change: An application for Europe. Environmental science & policy, 137, pp. 128-142. Elsevier 10.1016/j.envsci.2022.08.014

2020

Boillat, Sébastien; Martin, Adrian; Adams, Timothy; Daniel, Desiree; Llopis, Jorge; Zepharovich, Elena; Oberlack, Christoph; Sonderegger, Gabi; Bottazzi, Patrick; Corbera, Esteve; Ifejika Speranza, Chinwe; Pascual, Unai (2020). Why telecoupling research needs to account for environmental justice. Journal of land use science, 15(1), pp. 1-10. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/1747423X.2020.1737257

Sonderegger, Gabi; Oberlack, Christoph; Llopis, Jorge C.; Verburg, Peter; Heinimann, Andreas (2020). Data set: Telecoupling visualizations through a network lens: a systematic review [Dataset].

Sonderegger, Gabi; Oberlack, Christoph; Llopis, Jorge C.; Verburg, Peter H.; Heinimann, Andreas (2020). Telecoupling visualizations through a network lens: a systematic review. Ecology and Society, 25(4), p. 47. Resilience Alliance Publications 10.5751/ES-11830-250447