Maro Luisa Schulte is an Advisor and assists adelphi’s project teams in the area of international cooperation, with a focus on international chemicals governance, Natech risk management and sustainable chemistry. She plans and organises events of various formats at the regional, national and international levels to ensure the involvement of diverse stakeholders in the processes. Maro Luisa also provides support for international negotiations by writing background papers, for example.
Since 2016, Maro Luisa has supported the work of the Federal Environment Agency and the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) on the future of the ‘Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management’ (SAICM) beyond 2020. She contributes to the redesign of the platform through publications, technical and organisational support for the German delegation at various meetings, and communication with stakeholders.
Before joining adelphi, Maro Luisa gained practical experience in environmental conservation and the field of environment and health at the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) in Bonn and Berlin as well as at the European Centre for Environment and Health (ECEH) of the World Health Organization (WHO). She was also a youth representative for environment and health at the BMUB, where she gained in-depth insight into international negotiations on environmental and health issues. As a student assistant at enviacon international, Maro Luisa was involved in projects that supported small and medium-sized enterprises and analysed various renewable energy markets.
Maro Luisa completed a Master’s degree in Public Administration at the University of Potsdam, where her thesis developed indicators to measure the salience of international environmental issues.