Dr. Linda Bergset is Research Fellow of the Borderstep Institute for Innovation and Sustainability. From 2010 to 2019, she was a senior researcher / researcher at the Borderstep Institute, where she helped to build and establish the field of Sustainable Entrepreneurship. During this time, she managed and worked on relevant, applied research projects.
Linda Bergset is now an independent researcher and freelance consultant. Currently she contributes to the Borderstep projects Sustainability4All and Specification for sustainability assessment of tart-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.
Heat pumps way out of gas dependence 03.03.2023
Borderstep co-founder Dr. Jens Clausen is co-author of a study on heat pumps presented by ScientistsForFuture just in time for the global climate strike. It shows that in just three years, Germany can reduce up to 60% of the amount of gas previously covered by Russian gas. More
Borderstep supports EU Commission on the topic of data centers 07.02.2023
Borderstep is researching synergies between data centers and energy systems in the DCESS project, which has just started. How can local energy systems use waste heat and water from data center operations? More
Smart City: How can development be managed? 02.02.2023
In a recent article for the Israel Public Policy Institute, Borderstep co-founder and senior researcher Dr. Severin Beucker looks at the state of the debate on this issue in Germany. The article can be downloaded free of charge. More