Dr. Linda Bergset is Research Fellow of the Borderstep Institute for Innovation and Sustainability. From 2010 to 2019, she was a research fellow at the Borderstep Institute, where she helped to build and establish the field of Sustainable Entrepreneurship. During this time, she led and worked on relevant, practice-oriented research projects.
Linda Bergset is now an independent researcher and freelance consultant. Currently she contributes to the Borderstep projects Sustainability4All and Sustainability Standard for Start-ups (DIN-Connect). Her research focuses on sustainable entrepreneurship, green start-ups and new work.
Before moving to the Borderstep Institute, she gained experience at independent Berlin research institutes such as the Institute for Ecological Economy Research (IÖW) and the Ecologic Institute. Born in Norway, she studied economics, business administration and political science in Scotland at the University of Edinburgh and in Berlin at Freie Universität. She received her PhD in 2016 from Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg on “Financing Sustainable Entrepreneurship”.
Here you can find all publications of Dr. Linda Bergset.
How much energy does the cloud need? 13.03.2019
In a joint study, the Environment Agency Austria and the German Borderstep Institute for Innovation and Sustainability are analysing for the first time which IT infrastructure and IT services are used across the EU via the Internet. More
Borderstep welcomes On Purpose at its Berlin office 25.02.2019
Their associate-programme offers motivated professionals the opportunity to get to know the sustainable entrepreneurship sector. Currently, Martin Strobel is developing the StartGreen platform at Borderstep Institute as an On Purpose associate. More
Strengthening green start-ups 13.12.2018
With a total of 12 events from the Ruhr area to the Black Forest, Borderstep will be exploring the green start-up scene in Germany from February 2019. The purpose of the format is to convey knowledge about the general conditions, the significance, the trends and the hurdles of green start-ups. More