Romana J. Březovská is a Research Fellow of AMO. She is currently focusing on climate change in wider contexts, especially in relation to global climate negotiations, climate security, climate diplomacy, and just resilience including EU climate policies and its impacts on different groups of people.
Romana is a holder of two master‘s degrees – one in International Relations from the Charles University in Prague and also in International Public Management from Sciences Po Paris. She interned at the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic and at the Permanent Mission of the Czech Republic to the UN in New York. From 2019-2020 she worked at the Ministry of the Environment and represented Czechia at international climate negotiations (COP, OECD, EU) mainly focusing on adaptation to the adverse impacts of climate change. Currently, she is busy helping cities and private entities in becoming constructive partners in reaching climate neutrality and climate resilience goals.
During the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU, Romana is working for the Ministry of the Environment in the field of implementation of EU commitments under the Convention on Biological Diversity, specifically on the biodiversity and climate change nexus.