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Ina Lehmann is Assistant Professor of Governance of Global Biodiversity in the Department of Environmental Policy Analysis at the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM). Her research interests include the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity from local to global governance levels, as well as the various linkages between biodiversity and development policies. To date, she has notably analysed these matters from an environmental justice perspective, covering justice’s requirements regarding distribution, participation and recognition. More recently, her research focus is increasingly turning to the global policy integration of biodiversity considerations in the production sectors of agriculture, fisheries and aquaculture.

Ina teaches courses on (global) environmental governance and sustainability transformations, as well as research design courses in both bachelor’s and master’s programmes. She supervises theses in the field of governance of nature and biodiversity. 

Ina is also an Associate Researcher at the German Institute of Development and Sustainability (IDOS) and a Research Fellow of the international Earth System Governance Project network. 


global (environmental) governance, Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), conservation and development, environmental justice, nature-based solutions (NbS), biodiversity mainstreaming, transformative change/transformation to sustainability 


2020: Dr. rer. pol. (PhD) in political science, Universität Bremen, Germany.

2007: Master in Peace and Security Studies, Universität Hamburg, Germany.

2006: Bachelor in European Studies, Universität Magdeburg, Germany.

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