Jennifer Tollmann

Senior Policy Advisor

Jennifer Tollmann is a Senior Policy Advisor based out of E3G’s Berlin office. As part of E3G’s Climate Diplomacy and Geopolitics team, she leads E3G’s work on European Climate Diplomacy.

Jennifer Tollmann
E3G Berlin Office
@jennytollmann

Jennifer in the media

Jennifer Tollmann is quoted by The Daily Express on Merkel failing to commit more funds to tackle climate change
Jennifer Tollmann is quoted by La Nacion on Angela Merkel failing to commit more funds to tackle climate change
Jennifer Tollmann is quoted by i News on how rich countries must support poorer nations coping with climate change
Jennifer Tollmann is quoted by The New York Times on US diplomacy following the Leaders Climate Summit
Jennifer Tollmann is quoted by Deutsche Welle on new pledges at the Leaders Climate Summit
Jennifer Tollmann is quoted by Süddeutsche Zeitung on Biden’s Leaders Climate Summit
Jule Könneke and Jennifer Tollmann write for Der Tagesspiegel Background on Germany’s offer for transatlantic cooperation
Jennifer Tollmann is quoted by Climate Change News on what to expect from Thursday’s climate leaders summit
Jennifer Tollmann is quoted by Financial Times on China competing with US for lead in global climate diplomacy
Jennifer Tollmann is quoted by Le Monde on China meeting with France and Germany on climate
Jennifer Tollmann is quoted by Politico on China to announce emissions reduction target ahead of Leaders Climate Summit
Jennifer Tollmann is quoted by Inside Climate News on Biden’s Paris Goal

As E3G’s European Climate Diplomacy lead, Jennifer works on issues ranging from Transatlantic and Sino-European climate cooperation and competition; COP26; Climate risk and resilience diplomacy; and emerging European Green Deal Diplomacy.   

Jennifer works with policymakers, diplomats, foreign policy experts and civil society, to create the political space and build the diplomatic coalitions to accelerate international climate action. The Climate Diplomacy and Geopolitics teams works to build cooperation towards a climate safe world for all while managing the geopolitical competition in an emerging global clean economy that has the potential to drive a race to the top. She is also an expert on UN climate negotiations, having previously led E3G’s work on the UNFCCC.  

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. 

As E3G’s European Climate Diplomacy lead, Jennifer works on issues ranging from Transatlantic and Sino-European climate cooperation and competition; COP26; Climate risk and resilience diplomacy; and emerging European Green Deal Diplomacy.   

Jennifer works with policymakers, diplomats, foreign policy experts and civil society, to create the political space and build the diplomatic coalitions to accelerate international climate action. The Climate Diplomacy and Geopolitics teams works to build cooperation towards a climate safe world for all while managing the geopolitical competition in an emerging global clean economy that has the potential to drive a race to the top. She is also an expert on UN climate negotiations, having previously led E3G’s work on the UNFCCC.  

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. 

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