Juliane Höhle is a PhD student in the LESTRA project, coordinated by Katrien Van Poeck and Frederik De Roeck, which investigates learning processes in sustainability transitions. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental and Resource Management from BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg in Germany, which gave her an interdisciplinary view of environmental, social, and economic aspects involved in sustainability. In 2020, she obtained her master’s degree in Sustainable Development at Uppsala University in Sweden. This is where she developed an interest in education for sustainable development, which has since become the main focus of her practice. Prior to joining CDO, she worked as the coordinator of a climate change education project in which she introduced aspects of environmental and sustainability education in schools and preschools.