Jennifer Tollmann

Policy Advisor

Jennifer Tollmann is a Policy Advisor in E3G’s Climate Diplomacy team based at our Berlin office.

Jennifer Tollmann
E3G Berlin Office
@jentollmann

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Jennifer Tollmann is a Policy Advisor in E3G’s Climate Diplomacy team based at our Berlin office. E3G’s Climate Diplomacy programme focuses on how to construct high leverage political interventions which can shape transformational international outcomes.

Before joining E3G Jennifer worked on integrated climate risk management concepts at GIZ, looking at the climate risks facing small island developing states. Prior to that, she had worked on climate policy and resilience at the local level with ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability.

Jennifer has a Master of Environmental Science, Policy and Management jointly awarded by the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics at Lund University (Sweden), the University of Manchester (UK) and Central European University (Budapest). She also studied Economics and Politics during her Bachelor (Hons) at the University of Cambridge.

Her areas of interest include the economic underpinnings of climate diplomacy, energy and climate policy, climate finance, and climate resilience.

Jennifer Tollmann is a Policy Advisor in E3G’s Climate Diplomacy team based at our Berlin office. E3G’s Climate Diplomacy programme focuses on how to construct high leverage political interventions which can shape transformational international outcomes.

Before joining E3G Jennifer worked on integrated climate risk management concepts at GIZ, looking at the climate risks facing small island developing states. Prior to that, she had worked on climate policy and resilience at the local level with ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability.

Jennifer has a Master of Environmental Science, Policy and Management jointly awarded by the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics at Lund University (Sweden), the University of Manchester (UK) and Central European University (Budapest). She also studied Economics and Politics during her Bachelor (Hons) at the University of Cambridge.

Her areas of interest include the economic underpinnings of climate diplomacy, energy and climate policy, climate finance, and climate resilience.

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