Sustainable Diets, Food Environmental Footprint, Climate Policies, Socio-economic Determinants of sustainable behavior
Julia Stockemer is a Master student at the Institute of Global Health since 2019. Her Master Thesis links nutritional health to planetary health.
Julia is especially interested in interdisciplinary research on impacts of dietary behavior on environmental, socio-economic and health factors. Her research focusses on adaptation and mitigation strategies and the influences of national and supra-national policies on planetary health diets.
09/2014 – 01/2021
M.A European Culture and Economy
10/2009 – 09/2013
B.A. Vergleichende Kultur und Religionswissenschaften
Patricia Nayna Schwerdtle, Julia Stockemer, Kathryn Bowen, Rainer Sauerborn, Celia McMichael, Ina Danquah (2020): Mobility and Health in the Context of Climate Change : A Systematic Literature Review and Meta-Synthesis of Policy Recommendations. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(24), 9342.