Daniel Töbelmann

Daniel Töbelmann

External PhD candidate





  • Environmental Innovations
  • Ressource Use
  • Economic Factors and Natural Areas


Daniel Töbelmann studied economics (B.Sc. 2016) and business economics (M.Sc. 2018) at the University of Bremen. Since December 2018, he is an external doctoral candidate and a member of Prof. Dr. Jutta Günther's working group. In his main occupation he is a project manager and sustainability consultant at Klimapatenschaft GmbH in Hamburg. His dissertation deals with the influence of environmental innovations on environmental impact and resource consumption of countries as well as sustainable land use, land use change and forestry.


Academic education and degrees

16/10 – 18/11

Master Study in Business Economics

University of Bremen

  1. Focus: Innovation Economics
  2. Focus: Entrepreneurship & SME Management

Title of the Master Thesis: „Green Technologies and the Environment“

Graduation: Master of Science

13/10 - 16/07

Bachelor Study in Economics

University of Bremen

Focus: Globalization & Sustainability

Title of the Bachelor Thesis: "An analysis of the ability of the European Emissions Trading System to promote innovation".

Graduation: Bachelor of Science

11/08 – 13/08

Apprenticeship as communication businessman

KSK Agency GmbH

Workshops, Conferences and Summer Schools


17/09 - 21/09

Scientific Seminar “New innovation indicators” – Thiessow, Germany

Presentation: The Impact of Environmental Innovation on Carbon Dioxide Emissions



Töbelmann, D.; Wendler, T. (2019):The impact of environmental innovation on carbon dioxide emissions. In: Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 244. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2019.118787