UCCRN Copenhagen Member Visits US Cities as German Marshall Fund Fellow

by | April 2, 2015
Category: News

This year’s German Marshall Fund Fellows will continue the program’s commitment to transatlantic research and practitioner-driven learning. Each fellow was selected for the strength of their research methodology and research question, originality, and potential to make a significant policy impact in their city.

Lykke Leonardsen, a UCCRN member, is head of the climate unit for the Technical and Environmental Administration for the city of Copenhagen. As a fellow, Leonardsen will study the implementation of climate adaptation strategies in U.S. cities, including New York, Philadelphia, Seattle, and Portland. She will use these policy lessons to inform an ongoing process to create a long-term climate adaptation strategy for Copenhagen.

For more information visit her GMF blog.

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