Hannah Wallis

 

Hannah Wallis

    
    Research Assistant

    O
tto-von-Guericke-University

     Institute of Psychology
    Bldg. 24, R 311
    P.O. Box 4120
    39106 Magdeburg

    Tel:  +49 391 675  1917
    Fax: +49 - (0)391 - 67 41963
    E-Mail: hannah.wallis@ovgu.de

Professional experience


Hannah Wallis is working for the department of environmental psychology of OvGU Magdeburg since 2013. Her research focuses on sustainable decision making and behaviour. She also develops formats for interdisciplinary teaching.
 She worked as a research analysts for Ellen Matthies in the German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU), from August 2016 until April 2019. In her doctoral thesis Hannah Wallis investigated the transmission of sustainable consumer behaviour (January 2017). Her main research is on decision making and behaviour, especially that of adolescents and young people (e.g. in areas such as energy saving in the household, collective action and activism).


She studied psychology at the University Bremen (2006 - 2012), and worked for a Project in the domain of development education and environmental education (2008-2010). As a research intern she took part in several projects on further education of teachers and school management of the Institute for School Development Research at the Free University of Berlin (2010- 2011).  




Publications

Journal articles (peer-reviewed):

Blöbaum, A. & Wallis, H. (2019). Freiwilligenarbeit im Naturschutz Motivation und Hemmnisse. Natur und Landschaft, 94(3), 98-102.

Wallis, H. & Klöckner, C. (2018). The Transmission of Energy-Saving Behaviors in the Family: A Multilevel Approach to the Assessment of Aggregated and Single Energy-Saving Actions of Parents and Adolescents. Environment and Behavior, 1-30.

Wallis, H., Nachreiner, M. & Matthies, E. (2016). Adolescents and electricity consumption; Investigating sociodemographic, economic, and behavioural influences on electricity consumption in household. Energy Policy, 94, 224-234.

contribution to edited books (peer-reviewed):

Matthies, E. & Wallis, H. (2018).  Was kann die Umweltpsychologie zu einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung beitragen?. In: Schmitt C. & Bamberg E. (Hrsg.), Psychologie und Nachhaltigkeit (S. 37 - 46).Wiesbaden: Springer.

Matthies, E., & Wallis, H. (2015). Family socialization and sustainable consumption. In L. A. Reisch, & J. Thøgersen (Hrsg.), Handbook of Research on Sustainable Consumption (S. 268-284). Cheltenham, Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing.

theses:

Wallis, H. (2017). Diffusion nachhaltigen Konsums im familiären Kontext (Dissertation). Otto-von-Guericke-Universität. Magdeburg.

Wallis, H. (2012). Ist die Interventionsmethode des Mentalen Kontrastierens geeignet, um nachhaltiges Verhalten zu fördern? Eine experimentelle Studie am Beispiel Fleischkonsum (Diplomarbeit). Universität Bremen.

Wissenschaftliche Politikberatung  – Wissenschaftskommunikation Publikationen:

WBGU – German Advisory Council on Global Change (2019): Towards our Common Digital Future. Berlin: WBGU.

WBGU – German Advisory Council on Global Change (2018): Just & In-Time Climate Policy. Four Initiatives for a Fair Transformation. Policy Paper 9.  Berlin: WBGU

WBGU – German Advisory Council on Global Change (2016): Development and justice through transformation: The Four Big ‘I’s. Special Report. Berlin: WBGU.

public talks and events:

Wallis, H. (06/2019). „Schülerstreiks – Der Weckruf aus dem Jahrhundertschlaf der Politik?!“ Podiumsgast im Rahmen einer Veranstaltung im Sinne der Fridays for Future Bewegung, Gerhart-Hauptmann Gymnasium, Wernigerode.

Wallis, H. (05/2019). Streiken für Klimaschutz – Was bin ich bereit zu tun? Podiumsgast im Rahmen des Karlshöher Gespräch, Gut Karlshöhe, Hamburger Umweltzentrum, Hamburg.

Wallis, H (05/2017). Our Common Future“. Veranstaltung eines Workshops mit Kindern und Jugendlichen im Rahmen des Jugendkongress 2017 der Robert Bosch Stiftung GmbH, Bremerhaven.

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