WP1, facilitating Story map development with WP3 and WP5.
To facilitate synergies between partners and City Hubs to inspire co-creation of climate services.
Amy Oen (F) earned her PhD from the University of Oslo from collaboration with the Departments of Biology and Geosciences (2006), and MSc in Environmental Engineering (1995) from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology (USA). In 2009, she completed post-doctoral studies at Stanford University (USA) and in 2020, a Master in Urbanismfrom the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (Norway). Oen has been employed at NGI since 2001 and has over twenty years of research and consulting experience within the environmental sector. Expertise in ecological risk assessment and environmental management of pollutants, as well as knowledge brokering to improve stakeholder involvement. Currently focusing on the effects of climate change on the transport of contaminants, the use of climate services to improve decision making, and the assessment of risk reduction measures to include nature-based solutions to reduce environmental risk in a sustainability context. Oen is currently the project coordinator for the H2020 research and innovation action, PHUSICOS, focusing on large-scale nature-based solutions to mitigate risks in mountain areas.