Scientific Policy Adviser at the German Environment Agency, Sustainable Mobility in Urban and Rural Areas department
Claudia Kiso currently works on urban mobility, public participation and transformation in the transport sector.
German Environment Agency (UBA) is Germany’s central environmental authority. By gathering and analysing data concerning the state of the environment as well as funding and executing relevant research in various areas, UBA provides policy advice to central public authorities in Germany as well as information to the general public. In addition, it implements environmental law by making sure that it is applied in areas such as CO2 trading and approval processes for chemicals, pharmaceutical drugs, and pesticides.
Claudia Kiso holds a Master of Arts in European Interdisciplinary Studies from the College of Europe as well as a Master of Science in Nature, Society and Environmental Policy from the University of Oxford. She currently works on urban mobility, public participation and transformation in the transport sector at the German Environment Agency.