10 December 2019

Fabian Hübner

Fabian has dedicated his professional life to campaigning against coal, having been involved in several climate justice groups since 2009 and having worked for Climate Alliance Germany as a coal and energy policy officer since 2017. He has worked in the German and the European parliament to gain first hand experience of climate policies and campaigned against the corporate capture of EU transport policies for Corporate Europe Observatory. Fabian holds a MA in Political Science from the University of Cologne and speaks German, English and Portuguese.

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