Marie-Camille is a Climate Policy Analyst contributing to the Climate Action Tracker with a particular interest in assessing countries’ emissions trajectories and sectoral transition pathways. At Climate Analytics, Marie-Camille was previously project manager for the PAS-PNA project, focusing on science-based national adaptation planning (NAP) processes in francophone Least Developed Countries.
Before joining Climate Analytics, Marie-Camille worked on stakeholder engagement in science-based targets-setting, carbon pricing and environmental disclosure as part of the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP). She also worked as science and technology programme officer at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Buenos Aires, implementing a project focusing on best practice sharing in sustainable farming between France, Argentina and Brazil.
Marie-Camille holds an Engineering Degree in Material Sciences from the National Institute of Applied Sciences of Lyon, and a Masters in the environmental impact on building heritage materials degradation from the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées.
- Briefing papers
- Are the G7 pulling their weight on climate? Claire Fyson, Dr Matthew Gidden, Dr Andreas Geiges, Marie-Camille Attard (2021)
- Long-term strategies in SIDS: blueprints for decarbonised and resilient 1.5°C compatible economies Marie-Camille Attard, Robert Brecha, Claire Fyson, Jae Kim, Jan Sindt, Frances Fuller, Damon Jones (2021)
- Background Paper: Key mitigation options to close the global 2030 ambition and action gap Ursula Fuentes, Marie-Camille Attard, Ryan Wilson, Gaurav Ganti, Claire Fyson, Matthias Duwe, Hannes Böttcher (2020)
- National 1.5°C Compatible Emissions Pathways and Consistent Power Sector Benchmarks: Indonesia, Viet Nam, Philippines, India and Japan Anna Chapman, Yvonne Deng, Ursula Fuentes, Lara Welder, Marie-Camille Attard, Jonas Hörsch, Deborah Ramalope, Matthew Gidden, Bill Hare (2021)
- Climate Action Tracker Reports and Updates
- 1.5°C-consistent benchmarks for enhancing Japan’s 2030 climate target Climate Analytics, New Climate Institute (2021)
- Paris Agreement Compatible Sectoral Benchmarks New Climate Institute: Louise Jeffery, Anna Nilsson, Niklas Höhne, Markus Hagemann; Climate Analytics: Marie-Camille Attard, Ursula Fuentes Hutfilter, Andreas Geiges, Matthew Gidden, Bill Hare, Michiel Schaeffer, Ryan Wilson. Graphic design: Matt Beer (2020)