Staff Profile

NameMaximilian SPIEGELBERG
AffiliationResearch Department
PositionProject Researcher
Year of Birth1981
Professional Career2013-2010 Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Distance-learning Environmental Studies Master, FernUni Hagen
2009 Field Assistant, Project on Combating Desertification, GTZ Turkmenistan & Bonn
Higher DegreesPh.D. Environmental Management (Kyoto Uni, 2017)
M.A. Peace & Conflict Studies (Philipps Uni Marburg, 2009)
B.Sc. Environmental & Resource Management (BTU Cottbus, 2006)
AppealMy interest lies in actively transforming to a sustainable society through exchange across boundaries of disciplines, cultures, and skills. It has led me to work, study and live at different places, organization and with all kinds of people. In 2017 I received my Ph.D. in Environmental Management from Kyoto University and currently I work as a FEAST project researcher at RIHN looking into organic markets, bee-keeping, and (urban) gardening.
Home Pagehttp://feastproject.org

 

Papers

【Original Articles】

Maximilian Spiegelberg, Dalton Erick Baltazar, Maria Paula E. Sarigumba, Pedcris M. Orencio, Satoshi Hoshino, Shizuka Hashimoto, Makoto Taniguchi, Aiko Endo. 2015,11 Unfolding livelihood aspects of the Water–Energy–FoodNexus in the Dampalit Watershed, Philippines. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies. DOI:10.1016/j.ejrh.2015.10.009 (reviewed).

Spiegelberg, Maximilian, Hoshino, Satoshi, Hashimoto, Shizuka 2015 Serving the Underserved: The Water–Energy–Food Nexus in Socio-Ecological Production Landscapes. WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment 193(7):181-191. DOI:10.2495/SDP150151 (reviewed).

Research Presentations

【Oral Presentation】

Maximilian Spiegelberg Honeybee Geographies: Exploring new productions of nature, space, knowledge, and power. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting 2018, 2018.04.10-2018.04.14, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Panelist

Spiegelberg, M., Gan, J., Shinkai, R., Rupprecht, C. D. D Trespassing foragers: Urban beekeeping in Japan on a formal-informal gradient. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, 2018.04.09-2018.04.14, New Orleans.

Maximilian Spiegelberg Living with Neonics - Exploring the use, attitude and awareness around neonic household products in Kyoto ネオニコチノイドと暮らす:京都におけるネオニコチノイドを含有する家庭用品の使用状況、消費者動向・意識の探求/. Act beyond Trust 2018 Neonicotinoide Public Grant Presentation, 2018.03.18, Tokyo.

Naoki MASUHARA, Maximilian SPIEGELBERG and Makoto TANIGUCHI Human-Environmental Security in the Asia-Pacific Ring of Fire: Approaching the Water-Energy-Food Nexus. International Symposium on Earth Science and Technology 2014, 2014.12.04-2014.12.05, 福岡県福岡市.

Maximilian Spiegelberg Enough is as good as a feast: Transitioning to sustainable food. みんなで作る「いただきます」: 持続可能な食への転換. Pechakucha Night Vol.27 - Seeds of Sustainability, , Urbanguild, Kyoto.  http://rihnexap.chikyu.ac.jp/archives/getRepository.do?prkbn=2&achievementId=000024224

Spiegelberg, Maximilian, Christoph D. D. Rupprecht, Rika Shinkai and Jinchao Gan Trespassing foragers: Urban beekeeping in Japan on a formal-informal gradient. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting 2018, 2018.04.10-2018.04.14, New Orleans, Lousiana, USA.  https://aag.secure-abstracts.com/am2018/abstracts-gallery?query=Rupprecht&searchContent=false&Affiliation=&Type=&Poster=0&Topic=&ThemeId=&Availability=0