Anna Ehrler is active in the thematic areas of environment, climate, and energy, with a focus in the fields of air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, climate protection, and data analysis.
She studied Atmospheric and Climate Science at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ). In her Master’s thesis, she developed a methodology for systematically evaluating the precision of the fog and low stratus forecasts from the COSMO weather model of the Swiss Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology (MeteoSwiss) using satellite data. She later worked at SwissRe in the field of agriculture reinsurance, with a focus on the development of satellite supported index insurances against drought damages. Her last position was at the Office of Nature and Environment of the Canton of Grisons at the division of air, noise, and radiation.