Florian Wintermeyer works as a Consultant at adelphi in the fields of climate policy and international cooperation. In this role, he focuses on sustainable development, international governance structures and transformative change. He is experienced in designing and implementing dialogue and consultation processes as well as interactive trainings and workshops, among others on capacity building in the field of climate finance, on the energy transition and the climate-development nexus.
Before joining adelphi, Florian gained practical experience in international cooperation at the Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations in New York. During the plenary session, he dealt mainly with resolutions on sustainable development issues (SDGs, Agenda 2030). At the French Committee for Civil Defence (Haut Comité Français pour la Défense Civile) he analysed social media for security-related implications on behalf of UEFA during the European Football Championship 2016 in France. In addition, as a student assistant at the Paris School of International Affairs (Sciences Po Paris) he organized the Youth and Leaders Summit 2016. Prior to this, he gained experience at the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) and in the presidential office of the Hessian parliament.
Florian studied International Security at the Paris School of International Affairs (Sciences Po Paris) and at the Otto-Suhr-Institute for Political Science (Free University of Berlin, Germany) as part of a double master's program. He previously completed a bachelor's degree in political science at the German-French campus of Sciences Po. As part of an academic exchange, he studied International Relations and War Studies at King's College in London.