Sabrina Schulz joined E3G Berlin as Head of Office in June 2012. She is a policy expert working on climate change and energy. Her current work focuses on climate diplomacy and climate security, the low-carbon transformation in Germany and Europe, as well as low-carbon urban development in China.
Prior to working for E3G, Sabrina was a Fellow with the stiftung neue verantwortung (SNV), a public policy think tank in Berlin, where she led projects on Climate Engineering and Urban Infrastructure Management.
She also worked as a Policy Advisor for climate change and energy at the British High Commission in Ottawa, Canada. Her tasks included a project on climate security dealing with Arctic issues and the implications of climate change for the armed forces. Before that, she was based in London and worked for an international initiative for the creation of an international regulatory framework for private security companies operating in conflict regions.
Sabrina has also worked as a freelance consultant and is a non-residential Fellow of the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS) in Washington D.C.
Sabrina holds a Masters degree in International Politics as well as a PhD from Aberystwyth University. She received her MA in Public Policy and Management from the University of Potsdam. Parts of the degree were undertaken at the University of Konstanz and l’Université catholique de Louvain. Her native language is German, and she is fluent in English, French and Spanish.