Heike Schroeder is a senior lecturer in climate change and international development at the School of International Development, University of East Anglia.
Her work focuses on global environmental politics, forest governance and REDD+, the role of non-nation state actors in the current post-2012 negotiating process and urban climate governance. She is also a coordinator of the governance theme in the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research and a member of the Scientific Steering Group of the long-term international research project on Earth System Governance under the auspices of Future Earth. Heike Schroeder currently holds senior visiting research associate positions at the Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research, Linköping University (Sweden), and the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford (United Kingdom).
Heike Schroeder holds a PhD from the Free University of Berlin (2003) in political science, an MA from Bonn University (2000) in political science, economics and Japanese studies, and a BA from the University of East Anglia (1996) in Contemporary European Studies. She was awarded a DAAD/Monbusho scholarship (2000-02) to conduct doctoral research at the University of Tokyo and a Bonn University Exchange Scholarship (1994/95) for a year abroad at the University of East Anglia.