Heinrich Böll Stiftung Prague
Ecology Programme Coordinator
Žaneta Gregorová works in the Prague office of the German green foundation Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung which promotes education and dialogue on issues of democracy and human rights, energy, sustainability, climate protection and foreign and security policy. Moreover, the foundation supports civil society organisations working in these areas.
Previously, she worked at the DUHA Movement - Friends of the Earth Czech Republic as Head of Communications and Engagement, where, together with her team, she worked on a wide range of campaigns, from saving dying forests, banning glyphosate, to ending coal mining and supporting renewable energy. Her work at the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung covers a wide range of topics as well, mainly due to a large network of collaborating organisations and her studies of Environmental Studies, and also Journalism. She writes for the magazine Seventh Generation and would love to be a Prague cyclist. She has prepared the European Mobility Atlas to be published in the Czech Republic. Atlas summarises the most important facts and data on European mobility that can be a great inspiration.