- On Social Media
- laima [dot] eicke [at] rifs-potsdam [dot] de
- How Decarbonization Will Transform the Geography of Industrial Production: New Evidence on the “Renewables Pull” Hypothesis
- Fostering Energy Transitions in the Global South: Insights from Chile, Jordan, Malaysia, and Kenya
- Stakeholder-based scenario building: How does it work in practice?
- Environmental Impact, Coalition of Hope, and the Coal Issue
- Investment in the Future: How a Green Covid-19 Stimulus Package Can Advance the Energy Transition
- Live from Madrid
- Tough trade-offs for new international carbon market mechanisms
- The geopolitics of renewables. A new but messy energy world
Laima Eicke joined RIFS as a Reasearch Associate in January 2019 and works at the ISIGET project on strategies for a global energy transition, its systemic impacts and special vulnerabilities of countries of the global south. Before joining RIFS, Laima Eicke worked with international partnerships supporting countries with the implementation of the Paris Agreement at GIZ. Furthermore, Laima Eicke worked for different research institutes, federal ministries, NGOs and consultancies. Laima Eicke holds a Masters Degree in Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy from the Vienna University of Business and Economics. Beforehands, she studied international relations and Latin American studies in Dresden, Buenos Aires and Lisbon. Throughout her studies she focused on an interdisciplinary analysis of international climate and energy policy and transformational change processes.