Ulrike Meissner holds a Master‘s degree in Environmental Assessment and Evaluation from the London School of Economics. In her Master’s dissertation, ‘Technology Transfer and the Clean Development Mechanism,’ she analysed the potential for private sector involvement in climate change mitigation in the global South.
She has extensive work experience within the UN system where she mainly supervised complex, multi-disciplinary and large-scale projects and programmes, specifically in the area of international waters, climate change and biodiversity. She has also been employed with seeconsult, an environmental consultancy firm where she worked primarily on the WaterCAP and the CATALYST project, two EU funded projects which dealt with promoting best practices and new strategies for climate change adaptation. At the local level, she worked as a Project Manager for Climate Protection and Energy Efficiency for the City of Osnabrück.
Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary European Studies
Master of Science in Environmental Assessment and Evaluation
Climate change and adaptation
Stakeholder involvement and participatory processes