Julika Davideit works as an Analyst in the field of municipal climate protection. She deals with emission reduction potentials and networking activities at the regional level and supports the preparation and implementation of training courses and workshops for local actors.
Before working at adelphi, Julika Davideit worked intensively on sustainable agriculture in Europe and Latin America. During her stay in Chile, she was involved in a project that focused on migration as climate change adaptation. For her stay abroad she got a scholarship by the DAAD.
Julika Davideit completed her Master's degree in agricultural economics at Humboldt University in Berlin, with a focus on European agricultural policy and rural development. With regard to structural and climatic change processes, she examines the social tasks and environmental performance of agriculture in Germany. She has previously obtained a Bachelor in Agricultural Sciences from Humboldt University of Berlin. She also studied for a semester at the Universidad de Chile in Santiago de Chile, where she focused on resource management and politics for and in rural areas.