„As an agricultural scientist working on environmental and resource protection, supporting people in rural areas is especially important to me. During over 30 years of research and further education, I have found that supporting people and their project planning in the environmental field, especially in Central and Eastern Europe, is an effective tool for promoting sustainable development.“
Qualifications and CV
Dr. agr., University of Giessen (1995)
Dipl. Ing. agr., University of Göttingen (1988)
After working in an engineering office and at the German Federal Environmental Foundation, Dorothe Lütkemöller designed environmental training courses at the University of Lüneburg with and for partners in EU accession countries, as well as leading research projects on questions of soil protection and soil communication. She is particularly interested in imparting natural experiences and environmental knowledge in (agricultural) landscapes, especially on the subject of “soil”.
She is a certified nature and countryside guide for Lüneburg Heath and Südheide Nature Parks, and a hiking guide for the German Hiking Association.
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