Aurore COLIN
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Aurore COLIN

Project Manager – Local authorities and Investment

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.

Last contributions
  • 24/04/2020 Climate Report

    Scenario analysis of the issues of the low-carbon transition

    From 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 […]
  • 28/11/2019 Climate Brief

    Key Figures on Climate – France, Europe, Worldwide

    On 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, […]
  • 07/11/2019 Climate Report

    Understanding transition scenarios – Eight steps for reading and interpreting these scenarios

      It 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 […]

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