Ulrike Röhr


Ulrike Röhr (she/her/hers), civil engineer and sociologist by background, has been working on gender issues in planning, Local Agenda 21, environment, and especially in energy and climate policy for about 30 years. She is committed to mainstream gender into environment and climate policy on local and national levels and has been involved in gendering the UNFCCC process since the very beginning. She is co-founder of the global network GenderCC – Women for Climate Justice and heads the German focal point on gender, environment, sustainability (genanet) which aims to support gender mainstreaming in environmental policy. She conducts research on gender and climate, and advises organizations and institutions in the development of gender-responsive climate policies.