M.A. Public and Private Environmental Management, B.A. Political and Administrative Science
Johannes Alexeew works as a Project Manager for adelphi. His main focus in his research and consultancy work lies on Climate and Energy, Politics and Economics, and Companies and Finance. To date, he has managed many national and international advisory projects, particularly dealing with energy conservation and energy efficiency.
He gained various practical experiences in the field of development cooperation and in private environmental management. Inter alia, he worked for the Goethe Institute in New Delhi, India, and for the KfW Development Bank in the department of 'Credits for infrastructure in Asia'. Furthermore, he supported the environmental officer at the Free University of Berlin.
Johannes Alexeew holds a Bachelor degree in political and administrative science form the University of Konstanz. Moreover, he graduated at the Free University of Berlin in Public and Private Environmental Management. Additionally, he studied one semester abroad at the Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
Client: Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI)
Term: 09.2010 - 09.2012
Term: 10.2011 - 03.2012
Client: Federal Environment Agency
Term: 03.2011 - 08.2013
Client: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Term: 01.2012 - 12.2013
Client: SEED Initiative
Term: 06.2010 - 05.2011
Recent PublicationsAlexeew, Johannes 2009: E-scrap Management in India: The Informal Sector has a Key role to Play. Arnhem: Recycling International.
Alexeew, Johannes et. al. 2010: An analysis of the relationship between the additionality of CDM projects and their contribution to sustainable development. In: International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics Berlin: Springer