Andrea Steckert heads the department for Process Support and Communication for Sustainable Development at the Eduard Pestel Institute in Hanover. Since 2012 she has been working in the context of cultural change to achieve the Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the National Climate Protection Goals. She has been working as a project developer, creator and facilitator of multi-stakeholder processes for over 25 years in different teams.
Since 2016 she leads the ClimateCulture-Lab, a Germany-wide climate protection project that aims to initiate the inner transformation of people into the development of climate-friendly cultures at the local level. She is also a member of the Transition Town (TT) Movement Germany and active in the TT citizens’ initiative in Hanover. Here she has been starting in the beginning of last year to lead the local Hoody project – events to activate the neighborhood for sustainable, climate-happily living together.
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