Marie-Camille is Unit lead in Climate Policy. Her work includes leading the country policies analysis for the 1.5°C National Pathway Explorer and contributing to the Climate Action Tracker focusing on International Shipping sector. She has 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 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, Argentina. 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.
- G7 climate policy: what good looks like
- National 1.5°C compatible emissions pathways and consistent power sector benchmarks in Africa
- An assessment of the adequacy of the mitigation measures and targets of the respondent states in Duarte Agostinho v Portugal and 32 other states
- Are the G7 pulling their weight on climate?
- Long-term strategies in SIDS: blueprints for decarbonised and resilient 1.5°C compatible economies
- National 1.5°C Compatible Emissions Pathways and Consistent Power Sector Benchmarks: Indonesia, Viet Nam, Philippines, India and Japan
- 1.5°C-consistent benchmarks for enhancing Japan’s 2030 climate target
- Background Paper: Key mitigation options to close the global 2030 ambition and action gap
- Paris Agreement Compatible Sectoral Benchmarks