Ruth Blanck 2017-10-19T16:12:39+00:00

Since February 2011 she has been working at Oeko-Institut (Berlin) as a researcher with a special focus on sustainable mobility since 2011.
She has a degree in mathematics, and following the completion of her studies, she also worked at DB Mobility Logistics AG in the department for transport modelling and traffic forecasts.
Her key research focus is the modelling of climate protection measures in the transport sector and the effects of these measures on the development of final energy demand and GHG emissions. She has broad experience both in scenario development and in quantifying policies & measures to reduce GHG emissions in transport. She has been closely involved in various research projects on behalf of the German Federal Ministry of the Environment (e.g. Renewbility III, climate protection scenarios 2050).