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Senior Management Team
The Senior Management Team consists of the Executive Director, Heads of Programme and Scientific Advisor. They meet regularly to manage the day-to-day activities of the EEA.
Eva Jensen is Head of Climate change, Energy and Transport (CET) at the EEA. She is responsible for the strategic development of the Agency's work in the areas of climate change mitigation and adaptation, land use change and forestry, as well as the cross-cutting themes on energy and transport. The work of the CET programme covers data flows, indicators, regular reporting and assessment activities.
She has an MSc in economics and management from the University of Copenhagen. Before joining the EEA, she worked as Director of Secretariat for the Danish Council on Climate Change, Head of Cabinet and Deputy Head of Cabinet for the European Commissioner for Climate action, the European Commission, and as Head of Department and Special Advisor at the Danish Ministry of Climate and Energy, the Danish Ministry of Environment, the Danish Environmental Protection Agency and the Danish Energy Agency. She has 20 years of professional experience in climate and energy issues.
Jock Martin is Head of Coordination, Networks and Strategy (CNS) at the EEA.
He has a BA honours degree in pure mathematics, economics and statistics from Queens University Belfast (1985). From 1986 to 1991, he worked for the UK Government on statistics for industrial production, GDP and overseas trade. He has been involved in environmental statistics, indicators and assessments since 1991 initially for six years at the Department for the Environment in the UK where he was an author of the first national indicator report on sustainable development.
He was the EEA National Focal Point (NFP) for the UK from 1991-1997. Since joining the EEA in 1997 he has been strongly involved in building capacities in the Eionet, has designed EEA priority data flows and core indicators and has authored several integrated assessment reports.
Katja Rosenbohm is Head of Communications (COM) at the EEA and is responsible for the EEA communication strategy and its implementation. She coordinates EEA strategic messages in order to contribute to political and public agendas. Katja ensures that EEA communication initiatives are fully integrated into the agendas of the European Commission, the European Parliament, and the Council of Ministers. The programme is responsible for the tools and channels used to publish and communicate EEA findings and ensures that they are adapted to the way society creates and consumes information.
She was appointed Head of Programme in 2009. Katja holds a university degree in geophysics and has worked for more than 20 years within the environment and energy sectors on communications and public relations.
Before joining the EEA, she worked at the German Emissions Trading Authority – part of the German Environment Agency – where she built up and headed the Communications and Customer Services Section. Before that she worked for many years as a PR consultant on environment and energy issues focusing on Eastern European markets.
Martin Adams is Head of Biodiversity, Health and Resources (BHR) at the EEA. He is responsible for the strategic development and operational activities of the Agency across three work areas of the EEA Eionet Strategy namely biodiversity and ecosystems, human health and the environment, and circular economy and resource use. The general work of the programme covers a broad range of activities including support to EEA’s member countries and the European Commission with data flows and regular reporting, indicators, environmental assessments, and networking activities towards the EEA’s key stakeholders.
He holds a BSc honours degree (1995) and a PhD in Chemistry (1999) from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Martin has more than 20 years professional experience working on environment and climate issues, and has worked at the EEA since 2007 in several expert and management roles. Prior to joining the EEA, he worked in consultancy across specific environment, health and climate mitigation topics for organisations including European national governments and agencies, and EU institutions.
Riyong Kim is Head of Sustainability Transitions (STR) at the EEA.
The Programme activities include the five-year European state of the environment and outlook report (SOER). The work of the Programme covers sustainability challenges and responses including the many interdependencies between social, economic and environmental objectives in Europe and globally. Key foci include progress towards policy objectives and targets, drivers of change, foresight, system transitions, indicators, environmental accounting, environmental economics, sustainable finance, and urban sustainability.
Prior to joining the EEA, Riyong led the Programme on Decision Metrics and Finance at EIT Climate KIC. This work included developing a systems innovation approach to tackling short-termism and mainstreaming climate in financial markets in the EU. She has worked in environmental and climate policy closely with the UN Environment and UNFCCC, and before that, led the work on developing the methodology for identifying environmental and forest resources under the Living Standards Measurement Survey with the UN FAO, CIFOR, and World Bank PROFOR, and for the regional ENPI-FLEG program with IUCN.
Riyong has an interdisciplinary background, with a BA, and BSc. in Environmental Science from the University of New South Wales, Australia, a MSc in Agricultural Development (Forestry) and a PhD In Natural Resource Economics from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. She started her career working in international development and leading country programmes in Timor Leste and Aceh, Indonesia, and brings experience from the Brazilian Amazon, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, as well as EU and CEE countries.
Stefan Jensen is acting head of Data and Information Services at the EEA
Søren Brostrup Nielsen
Søren Brostrup Nielsen is Head of Administrative Services (ADS) at the EEA. He is responsible for human resource management, budgeting and finance and resource management, accounting, legal matters (including procurement and grants) and facility management. He participates in the network of Heads of administration of EU Agencies and other inter-agency networks relevant to the ADS Programme.
He has an MSc in Economics and Business administration (Cand. Merc. Human Resource Management) from the Copenhagen Business School. He took up duties in the EEA in 2000 and has worked as a resource manager and later as Head of Group Finance, Budget and Resources. Prior to being employed at the EEA, he was Head of Section at the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS) at the Ministry of Environment and Energy in Copenhagen.
Ronan Uhel is the Scientific Advisor to the EEA Executive Director. He is responsible for providing strategic and factual operational advice on science/policy issues related to the EEA core business. He closely cooperates with the EEA Scientific Committee and other relevant networks such as EU-ANSA and assists in the domain of scientific diplomacy by collaborating with renowned actors at international and global levels.
He joined the EEA in October 1995 as project manager for state of environment (SoE) reporting, was appointed Head of Group Land Use in 2003 before embracing its new role as scientific advisor in 2020. With an academic background in Geography, Physical planning and Oceanography, and a European Commission traineeship in EU environmental legislation and regional policies, he has more than 25 years of professional experience in environmental and sustainable development, analysis and assessments at European and international level.
Before joining the EEA, he worked for the French Institute for the Environment (1993-1995) where he was in charge of the national Corine Land cover programme (Co-ordination of Information on the Environment –EU programme). Prior to this, he worked for EC Directorate General for Environment and Civil protection for several years on EU state of the environment reports and the Corine programme.