This chapter deals with how gender has been taken into consideration in German climate policy, and how we envision the work towards a gender-responsive climate policy. After providing a historical summary of gender considerations in German climate policy, we elaborate on two potential options for integrating gender into climate policy: participatory processes to design climate action programmes, and gender analysis carried out by the institutions in charge of climate policy. For this, and for our analysis and outlook, we rely on our experience of working with the German Government, in particular in advocacy and participatory processes, our long-standing experience in the international climate change process (UNFCCC), and on a recent study on gender and climate change we have been undertaking.