Aurore COLINResearch Fellow – Local authorities, Transport infrastructure
Aurore Colin works as Project manager at I4CE. Her currently research area focuses on financing the low carbon transition at a local level.
Graduated from Sciences Po Rennes, where she specialized in local transition, sustainable development and consultation issues, she also holds a Master’s degree in Energy, Finance and Carbon from the University of Paris Dauphine. Before joining I4CE, Aurore worked as CSR Project Officer for a French agri-food group and as Research Fellow at the Research and Development Center for Alternative Energy at the University of La Salle in León, Nicaragua.
Local authorities: the need for investment and human ressources for climate neutralityLocal authorities have a major role to play in achieving France’s 2050 carbon neutrality objectives, as set out in the National Low-Carbon Strategy (Stratégie Nationale Bas Carbone, SNBC). Due to their assets and areas of expertise, local authorities must make numerous climate investments, implement strategies and action plans, and take measures to encourage stakeholders within their territories. This study aims to estimate the cost of such climate action for local authorities.
Scenario analysis of the issues of the low-carbon transitionFrom implementation to disclosure by companies in the TCFD framework The transition to a low-carbon economy represents risks and opportunities for companies. Indeed, far-reaching changes are expected in socio-economic systems, with uncertainties about their timing and magnitude, and their economic and financial consequences. In this context, forward-looking methods –in particular scenario analysis – are […]
Key Figures on Climate – France, Europe, WorldwideOn the opening of the 25th Conference of the Parties on Climate Change (COP 25) which is held in Madrid from 2 to 13 December 2019, I4CE-Institute for Climate Economics and the French Ministry of the Ecological and Inclusive Transition are pleased to present the 2020 edition of Key Figures on climate – France, Europe, […]
Understanding transition scenarios – Eight steps for reading and interpreting these scenariosIt therefore brings risks and opportunities for economic actors, which they must anticipate in order to optimise their strategy in a context of uncertainty. Against this backdrop, the use of scenarios – which are plausible representations of uncertain future states – is very useful in order to better understand the medium- and long-term challenges […]