Johanna Lehne

Senior Policy Advisor

Johanna Lehne is a Senior Policy Advisor in E3G’s London office. She works on industrial decarbonisation, trade policy and EU climate politics.

Johanna Lehne

Johanna in the media

Johanna works with NGO partners, industrial stakeholders and policymakers on issues relating to decarbonising energy- and resource-intensive sectors. Her expertise includes industrial policy, circular economy, built environment and trade policy.

Before joining E3G in August 2019, Johanna was a research associate in the Energy, Environment and Resources Department at Chatham House. Her research, while at Chatham House, covered industrial decarbonisation, the circular economy, low-carbon innovation in the built environment, chokepoints in global food trade, natural resource governance in China and energy for displaced populations.

She holds an MPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford, where her thesis focused on the role of oil-abundance and water-scarcity in interstate conflicts in the Middle East. Johanna also has a BA in European Social and Political Studies, with a specialisation in economics, from University College London.

Johanna is currently on maternity leave. In her absence please contact Domien domien.vangenechten@e3g.org for anything related to EU industrial decarbonisation, CBAM or Climate Clubs. Contact Jonny jonny.peters@e3g.org for anything related to our trade & climate work more broadly.

Johanna works with NGO partners, industrial stakeholders and policymakers on issues relating to decarbonising energy- and resource-intensive sectors. Her expertise includes industrial policy, circular economy, built environment and trade policy.

Before joining E3G in August 2019, Johanna was a research associate in the Energy, Environment and Resources Department at Chatham House. Her research, while at Chatham House, covered industrial decarbonisation, the circular economy, low-carbon innovation in the built environment, chokepoints in global food trade, natural resource governance in China and energy for displaced populations.

She holds an MPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford, where her thesis focused on the role of oil-abundance and water-scarcity in interstate conflicts in the Middle East. Johanna also has a BA in European Social and Political Studies, with a specialisation in economics, from University College London.

Johanna is currently on maternity leave. In her absence please contact Domien domien.vangenechten@e3g.org for anything related to EU industrial decarbonisation, CBAM or Climate Clubs. Contact Jonny jonny.peters@e3g.org for anything related to our trade & climate work more broadly.

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