Irene Müller has been working for the Kopernikus ENavi project at the IASS since April 2017. Her work revolves around the question of how the transport transition can be a success: What conditions have to be changed to encourage carbon-free mobility? What measures are effective in supporting people to fly and drive less? What measures are fair?
Irene Müller completed a master’s in Sustainability, Society and the Environment at CAU Kiel, and holds a bachelor in Social Sciences from Humboldt University Berlin. For her master’s thesis she investigated narratives in the Norwegian debate around “Norway as a green battery for Europe”. In the course of her master’s studies, she also investigated the interrelationship of behaviour and infrastructure in the case of cycling in Kiel and Copenhagen. In her bachelor’s thesis she analysed promoting and constraining factors for municipal transitions to renewable electricity. Irene Müller has been and continues to be active in various projects that foster a transition to sustainability. Good project management, understandable communication, and real progress are especially important to her.