Deputy-Mayor of Budapest and Chair of the Commission for the Environment, Climate change and Energy - European Committee of the Regions
Kata Tüttő is a Hungarian politician and economist. Since November 2019, she is the Deputy-Mayor of Budapest, responsible for utility management, including, waste, water, streetlights, and public transport.
She is also chairing the Operational Group responsible for the city's responses in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kata Tüttő is also Chair both of the Commission for the Environment, Climate change and Energy and of the Working Group Green Deal Going Local of the European Committee of the Regions, and Vice-President of the Party of European Socialists Group in the Committee.
During her mandate, she has been rapporteur on a number of major opinions concerning energy poverty, climate, circular economy, and lastly on mainstreaming the gender perspective in the European Green Deal.