Martin Stavenhagen is a consultant, policy analyst and project manager with ten years of experience in climate, energy and water policy, sustainable urban development, and public sector reform.
He has managed several German technical cooperation projects in South Asia on solar industry standards, water and air quality measurements, and quality infrastructure, and has designed and facilitated policy training programs for decision-makers from more than 40 countries. He also researched urban resilience and water demand management strategies in cities at the Institute of Water Policy, National University of Singapore. Currently, he's a consultant on climate, energy and water policy and the circular economy.
He has a Master of Environmental, Social and Urban Policy from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS, a postgraduate degree in development cooperation from the German Development Institute (DIE) in Bonn, and will be a Certified Expert in Climate and Renewable Energy Finance by the Frankfurt School of Finance and UNEP by late-2019.
Co-Founder and Lead Consultant, SD Consulting
Research Associate, Institute of Water Policy, National University of Singapore
Program Manager for Executive Education, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore
Project Coordinator for Technical Cooperation with Asia, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), German Federal Ministry of Economic Development and Technology
German Development Institute (DIE), Postgraduate Program for Young Professionals in International Development Cooperation
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, Master of Public Policy - Environmental, Social and Urban Policy
Universität Erfurt, Germany, Governmental Studies (B.A.) - Political Science, Philosophy and Economics
Saving water in cities: Assessing policies for residential water demand management in four cities in Europe, Cities, Volume 79, September 2018, 187-195
Impacts of droughts and floods in cities: Policies and governance, International Journal of Water Resources Development, Volume 33, Issue 4
Evaluation of the German-Chilean Fund for Strategic Planning and Implementation of Self-Financed Reforms (in German) , DIE Studies, No. 63
Commercializing Solar Energy: Lessons from the Indonesia Solar Home Systems Project, Energy Governance Case Study #11, Centre on Asia & Globalization
What is wrong with ODA today? – The Paris Declaration and Lessons Learned from the EU Asia Urbs Project in Cambodia, Asian Journal of Public Affairs, Vol. 3, No. 2