Hannah Inniger joined our team in Bern at the beginning of February 2024. She studied biology at the Institute of Plant Sciences at the University of Bern (specialising in plant ecology) and completed a master's thesis on the protection of national priority plant species in the Bernese Jura. During her dissertation, she analysed the population biology and habitats of rare and common alpine plant species in the Swiss Alps. At Hintermann & Weber, she is mainly involved in monitoring the development of biodiversity, developing neophyte concepts and providing specialist ecological advice on weapon sites. Hannah is looking forward to further developing her knowledge in the applied field of ecology and, after the Alps, turning her botanical attention back to the lowlands.