top of page
Johan Albrecht

When economic analysis meets sustainability and societal challenges

Dutch, English

Languages

Speaker, Trainer

Specialties

Climate, Energy, Housing markets, Sustainability, Environment Economics, Energy transition, Quality of Life, Economic reform, Great food transformation

Keywords

Topics

The Post-Corona Future; Climate, energy & sustainability

Image-empty-state.png

Prof. Dr. Johan Albrecht is an experienced economist with a broad interest in societal and technological changes. By combining different disciplines, he brings new insights that help you mastering our changing world. His key interests relate to sustainability challenges and the need to prepare the future we aspire. Since 2006, he is a senior fellow at the Itinera Institute, an independent think tank based in Brussels (www.itinerainstitute.org). His research activities focus on energy systems, climate policy and the dynamics of housing markets. His recent books include ‘Corona Shock (2020), ‘Investeer in een gezonde levensstijl. Op weg naar een activerend preventiebeleid (2020), ‘Oikonomia (2018)’, ‘Energietrilemma (2017)’ en ‘Het gewicht van vlees (2016)’. He is the author of 40 publications in international journals and volumes and as a scientific advisor, he works for Belgian and international organisations.

Presentations and Topics

Climate, energy & sustainability

From energy crisis to climate neutrality

Lees verder

The energy paradox and alternatives that contribute to climate solutions

Climate, energy & sustainability

The Energy trilemma

Lees verder

Energy should be reliable, sustainable and affordable. How do you reconcile these objectives ?

Climate, energy & sustainability

Climate-neutral in 2050

Lees verder

How organisations can make a difference

Future & Trends

The World we make After The Corona Shock

Lees verder

How the corona crisis can strengthen the resilience of our economy and society

Testimonials & References
Pictures you can use to promote your event

Pictures by: 

speaker enquiry form
Request information
bottom of page