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Marcus Lindner is Principal Scientist in the Resilience Programme. He holds a degree in forest sciences from the University of Freiburg and a PhD in Geoecology from University of Potsdam in Germany. Marcus has 30 years of experience in research on climate change impacts, adaptation and mitigation strategies in forest management, disturbance risk management, forest sector sustainability, forest resource assessments and ecosystem service provisioning from European forests. His work often targeted the science-policy-practice interface and included several policy support studies for different DGs. He is currently coordinating the Horizon2020 project RESONATE on forest & forest value chain resilience.
Key topics: Climate change impacts, adaptation and mitigation; Disturbance risk management; Forest management and ecosystem service provisioning; Forest and forest value chain resilience; Sustainability impact assessment