Gabriela Fischerova works as the Director General at the Ministry of the Environment of the Slovak Republic. She is responsible for climate change and air protection, including air quality.
Since 2000, climate change is her main occupation. At her capacities, she also acts as the chief negotiator of the UNFCCC for the Slovak Republic. In 2016, she was leading the climate change EU Presidency team. Prior to her current position, she held post of the Regional Advisor at the UNDP, and worked for 12 years at the air protection department of the ministry, with international commitments as her main responsibility.
By education, Gabriela is chemical engineer completing studies at the Slovak Technical University, Faculty of Chemical Technology, air and water protection.