Experts' profiles - Anja Von Moltke
Anja Von Moltke
Anja von Moltke serves as Economic Affairs Officer at the Economics and Trade Branch (ETB) of the Division on Technology, Industry and Economics (DTIE) in Geneva. She is responsible for developing tools, analysis and policy recommendations on economic incentives to protect the environment and promote sustainable development.

Her current focus lies in the reform of environmentally harmful subsidies. Having worked on issues related to energy for many years, she currently focuses on subsidies to the fishing sector. She works with partners from developed and developing countries to promote environmental and sustainability objectives in national policy-making processes and international negotiations towards the reform of fisheries subsidies. Given the importance of reform for both trade and the environment, Anja works closely with WTO delegation in the development of new rules on fisheries subsidies.

Prior to joining UNEP in 1999, she worked for the German Environment Ministry as a negotiator to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol with a particular focus on sustainable development mechanisms to address climate change. She holds an MPhil in Environment and Development from Cambridge University (UK) and a BSc in Management from the London School of Economics (LSE).
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