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Michel Bruce is Senior policy analyst and the Head of office of our Climate Analytics team of Lomé, Togo. Michel supports our Lomé office in increasing work of Climate Analytics at regional and national levels in sub-Saharan francophone Africa.
He participates in IMPACT and Science-based Adaptation Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa projects, ensuring the close collaboration between climate policy and science teams into strategy development processes. His tasks are anchored in policy analysis by ensuring the scientific quality of products under the implementation and strategy development work.
During the UNFCCC negotiation sessions he forms part of the policy team providing real-time scientific support to our stakeholders at national and regional levels.
Prior to joining Climate Analytics, Michel worked with GIZ as Country Technical Advisor for National Adaptation Planning (NAP) in Togo, where he provided technical and administrative support to the GIZ Office in Lomé, Togo and for Ministries of Environment, Planning and Economy, and organised technical workshops and training. He was also Director of Assessments and Environmental Analysis at ENVI-DEVELOPPEMENT Consulting Inc. and International Consultant in Disaster Risk Management and Climate change at the African Centre of Meteorological Applications for Development (ACMAD).
Michel holds a Masters of Science in Environmental Management from the International Senghor Universtiy of Alexandria, Egypt and a Master of Science in Environmental Sciences from the University of Lomé, Togo. His theses focused on Environmental Sciences, Environmental Management and Climate Change.
Identification of Environmental Changes and Land Use in the Lagoon Ecosystems of Togo Southeastern, Open Access Library Journal Vol.2 No.10, Pub. Date: October 21, Ahlonko Koffi Bruce, Selifa Sama, Kouami Kokou (2015)
Etat d’intégration de l’adaptation au changement climatique dans les politiques, stratégies, plans et programmes au Togo (2014)
Approche méthodologique de l’évaluation de l’existant en matière de système d’alerte et de produits de vigilance face aux risques climatiques en Afrique subsaharienne : cas du Ghana (2014)