Thomas is a Climate and Energy Policy Analyst contributing to projects focusing on Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. He is currently assessing Australian climate policies, with a particular focus on the emissions implications of new and expanded coal and gas projects in relation with 1.5°C compatible pathways.
Prior to joining Climate Analytics, Thomas has worked at the Embassy of France in Seoul as Deputy Energy Advisor, in charge of renewables and new technologies. He has been involved in the G7 and BRICS Research Groups, where he coordinated research on energy policy as analyst then as compliance director. Thomas holds a Masters of Environmental Engineering from the University of Melbourne and a Masters of Civil Engineering from ESTP Paris.
- A 1.5°C future is possible: getting fossil fuels out of the Philippine power sector
- Emissions impossible: Unpacking CSIRO GISERA Beetaloo Middle Arm fossil gas emissions estimates
- Perdaman urea plant to increase emissions in Western Australia and misses green fertiliser opportunity
- Emissions as usual: implications for the Safeguard Mechanism of LNG and coal mine projects
- Why offsets are not a viable alternative to cutting emissions