Nele Drott Student trainee right. open

Nele Drott Student trainee right. open

There was not one decisive climate change fact, but a sum of experiences that showed me social and ecological aspects of our globalized world – problems are never isolated, but always interdependent. I became a vegan at 15 because everyone contributes to the global climate. A volunteer year in Ghana after high school taught me how one country’s decisions affect other countries. When I changed my major from economics to environmental engineering, I realized how we can find solutions for our future climate scenarios: with interdisciplinarity  and by reducing complexity.


At right°, I am delving into this topic and learning the importance of imparting this knowledge to others so they can take action themselves. right° has opened my horizons to a work environment where everyone is committed to a greater cause. We constantly reflect on our own and each other’s performance in a constructive way and have flat hierarchies.


I find this very inspiring for my daily work as a working student at – I take care of everything that comes up, but also set my own priorities.

Interdisciplinarity is the key to fighting climate change.

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