The Climate Policy Council has an office with four full-time employees to support the work of evaluating whether the government's overall policy leads to the climate goals. The office shares premises with the Swedish Research Council Formas, which is the Climate Policy Council's host authority.
Ola Alterå was appointed Head of Secretariat in October 2017. He has extensive experience in climate, energy and sustainability issues from industry, politics and government. He has previously served as Secretary of State at the Ministry of Industry and Economic Affairs.
Telephone: +46 (0)8-775 41 70
Eva Mineur is a political scientist and comes most recently from a post as programme managet at the Expert Group for Aid Studies, EBA. Prior to that, she has worked as an evaluator and analyst at the Swedish Research Council. Eva has a PhD in political science and her thesis focused on the role of sustainability indicators as a political tool.
Telephone: +46 (0)8-775 41 74
Anna Elofsson has a master’s degree in engineering and has worked in several government investigations related to climate policy. Anna has also been responsible for strategic innovation projects focusing on mobility in the city of Zurich. At the Department of Physical Resource Theory at Chalmers, she has completed a licentiate degree with a focus on climate policy instruments for aviation.
Telephone: +46 (0)8-774 41 75
Bengt Johansson holds a PhD in environmental and energy systems studies. He has been active as a researcher in about 30 years with focus on energy systems analysis, energy and climate policy, and energy security. In addition to research conducted at Lund University he has worked 9 years as an investigator at the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and 11 years as a researcher at the Swedish Defense Research Agency.
Telephone: +46 (0)8 775 41 76
Jonas Allerup holds a master’s degree in economics and has worked at several governmental agencies and the Ministry of Environment with climate-related issues. Jonas has experience in developing climate and environmental statistics in both Sweden and in developing countries and has been a climate negotiator under the Paris Agreement. He was also investigative secretary in the Cross-Party Committee Environmental Objectives interim report “Sweden’s global climate footprint”.
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