Dr. Lena Judick
- Organizational inaction on climate change
- Climate change denial
Lena Judick was an external PhD Student at the School of Business, Economics and Social Science of University of Hamburg and works as a consultant in the field of renewable energy, climate change and sustainability. She holds a Bachelor Degree in International Economics from the Stenden University in the Netherlands and a Master’s Degree on Management Systems on Sustainability and Quality from the Berlin School of Economics and Law. She spent several years studying and working abroad in Spain, France and the UK.
As a senior consultant at an international communication and strategy consulting on the subject of participation, Lena is an expert in political and stakeholder communication and the design and implementation of participation processes in the key areas of today’s society: energy, climate change and sustainability.
Busch, T. & Judick, L. (2021): Climate change—that is not real! A comparative analysis of climate-sceptic think tanks in the USA and Germany. Climatic Change 164 (1-2), 1-23. Abstract
Judick, L. (2018): Corporate inaction on climate change. In Borland, H., Lindgreen, A., Maon, F., Vanhamme, J., Ambrosini, V. & Palacios Florencio, B. (Eds.) Business Strategies for Sustainability (1st ed., pp. 98-115). Routledge. Abstract