Benno Keppner
M.A. Politikwissenschaft

Benno Keppner is a Manager at adelphi, focusing on international development, the Green Economy and sustainability strategies. He concentrates on the implementation of the global Agenda 2030, the operationalization of planetary boundaries and strategic (sustainability) foresight (e.g. 3D-printing; digitalization and consumption; artificial meat; method development). He also works on sustainable digitalization in an urban context, developing recommendations for smart cities.
Benno is experienced in conceptualizing and implementing survey-based Horizon Scanning processes, Delphi, (environmental) trend analysis, qualitative content and discourse analysis as well as conceptualizing and implementing multi-stakeholder conferences. Before joining adelphi, Benno worked as a research assistant in a research project on climate change and security funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) at the Institute of Political Science in Tübingen, Germany. He also contributed to revising a textbook on international institutions.
Benno holds a MA in political science, public law and philosophy from the Eberhard-Karls-Universität in Tübingen, Germany. During his studies, he had the opportunity to gain international experience as an exchange student at the University of Oregon, USA, as a participant of National Model United Nations (New York), and with a study trip to Egypt sponsored by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). 

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