10 December 2019

Mahi Sideridou

Mahi has led the team since it was set up in 2017. She has almost twenty years of experience in environmental campaigning and political advocacy, and thirteen years in team coordination and line-management. Mahi studied physics with a focus on climatology in Manchester and Boston, and is an expert on energy issues. She worked for Greenpeace between 2000 and 2015, first as a climate campaigner based in Athens, then moving to Brussels as an EU climate and energy policy director and finally as the European Unit’s managing director. She sat on the board of directors of Climate Action Network Europe for ten years and is currently on the board of Greenpeace Czech Republic. She speaks Greek, English, French and Danish.

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