Hanne van den Berg
Doctor or Design Candidate in the Department of Urban Planning and Design, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Hanne van den Berg is a doctoral candidate and Fulbright Fellow at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. Her research focuses on the nexus between urban planning, adaptation to climate change and decision-making. In her doctoral dissertation, she explores decision-making on resource allocation in urban climate change adaptation projects and particularly the notion of equity and procedural justice. Prior to starting her doctorate, Hanne worked at an applied research institute in the Netherlands and Singapore on climate change adaptation, participatory planning and urban water management strategies and tools. She holds an MSc degree in Urban Planning and Design from Delft University of Technology (cum laude), an MA and BA degree in Architecture from the University of Cambridge (Hons) and a BSc in Natural Sciences from University College Utrecht (summa cum laude).