SCC Network Members

Members and partners of the Sustainable Cities Center work in academic research institutions, non-profit organizations, businesses and administrations – representing all parts of society. Backed by world-class institutions, they regroup the experience and expertise needed to drive forward sustainability in the world’s megacities.

How do members benefit from the Center?
Members of the Sustainable Cities Center work together by developing new business opportunities, creating joint research projects, or by publishing cutting edge research and concept papers. They profit from each other, since none of them alone could influence the agenda of international institutions as effectively as they can through a powerful collaborative network.

Current network members are:
Edward Andersson
Involve, UK and Sweden
Siobhan Clarke
The Trinity Centre for Smart and Sustainable Cities, Ireland
Judit Deilinger
Director, ICMA International, USA
Richard Dimino
ABC Boston, USA
Niels Ferdinand
Founder and Managing Director, BSD, Spain
Jannette Hartz-Karp
Professor at the Sustainability Policy Institute, Curtin University, Australia
Renate Kenter
De Ruijter Strategie, Netherlands
Maritta R. von Bieberstein Koch-Weser
Founder and President, Earth3000, Germany/Brazil
Florian Lennert
Innovation Center for Mobility and Societal Change, Germany
Hans-Peter Meister
Founder and Managing Partner, IFOK, Germany
Pascal Mittermaier
Head of Sustainability EMEA, Lend Lease, UK
Helmut Georg Müller
Director of the Cultural Fund Frankfurt Rhein Main and Former Mayor of Wiesbaden, Germany
Ali Ercan Özgür
Founder and Managing Director, International Development Partners, Turkey
Lily Riahi
Special Advisor on Renewable Energy in Cities at UNEP, France
Philipp Rode
Executive Director, LSE Cities, UK
Gerhard Stryi-Hipp
Head of Energy Policy, Fraunhofer-Institut for Solar Energy Systems ISE, Germany
Johann-Dietrich Wörner
Chairman of the Executive Board of the German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Henning Wuester
UNFCCC, Germany