Johannes Schroeten is a Researcher at E3G, working on Sustainable Finance and the alignment of development finance with the Paris Agreement.
Johannes’ main responsibilities cover research on the role of public investment in the net-zero transition and the alignment of public banks with the Paris Agreement. He also works supporting the coordination of like-minded progressive alliances to drive change in the climate response of multilateral development banks. Additionally, he works on sustainable finance in Germany.
Prior to joining E3G, Johannes worked for GIZ’s Climate Finance Readiness Programme, focusing on the Green Climate Fund, national climate finance capacity building and private sector engagement. Johannes also has experience in ESG research and green banking after working briefly for Germany’s oldest sustainable bank, the GLS Bank.
Johannes holds a BA in European Studies from Maastricht University, and an MSc in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment from UCL. He also studied a semester at the University of Hong Kong (HKU).