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L'équipe actuelle EX-ACT

Philip AUDEBERT

Philip holds a Master’s degree in International Economic Policy from the Paris School of International Affairs of Sciences Po, and received a B.A. in International Relations from the European Campus of Sciences Po Paris in Nancy. He specializes in capacity building and socio-economic impact assessment of agricultural development projects. Prior to joining FAO, he worked as Economist at the Secretaría del Medio Ambiente de la Ciudad de México (Ministry of Environment of Mexico City). In this position, he published a socio-economic prioritisation analysis for Mexico City’s main climate actions as part of the city’s new Climate Action Plan (CAP1.5°C). 

Laure BERLING

Laure has completed a Master degree of European and International Studies in ESPOL at the Catholic University of Lille, specializing in Food Policies, and where the focus of her thesis was the concept of sustainable development in the Common Agricultural Policy. She has worked on the development of the MRV Biodiversity (2019) module, and is now supporting the EX-ACT team with climate mitigation, resilience and socio-economic analyses for projects related to sustainable agriculture and food value chains.

Isaac GUZMAN

Isaac holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Environmental Policy and Management from the Central European University, Hungary; and Lund University, Sweden. His master thesis focused on urban food systems and the enhancement of adaptive capacities to increase food security in Guatemala City. Prior to joining the EPIC team he was Project Manager in Mexico City’s Ministry of Environment.  

Katherine JONES

Kate holds a Master’s of Science degree in Food, Agricultural, and Resource Economics from the University of Guelph in Canada. Her thesis focused on environmental attitudes and perceptions of farmers and their adoption of climate-smart agricultural practices, specifically genomic technologies. Before joining the EX-ACT team, Kate worked as an economist for Agriculture and Agri-food Canada. Her research interests encompass both behavioural economics and environmental economics, with a focus on climate change mitigation and adaption options. Kate currently serves as a board member for the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society. 

Jihae KWON

Jihae holds a Master’s degree in International Development from Seoul National University, and received a B.A. in International Development and a B.A. in Food and Resource Economics from Korea University. She specializes in measurement and quantitative impact assessment of agricultural development projects. Prior to joining FAO, she worked for the Animal and Plant Quarantine Agency of Korea and worked in Bolivia as a researcher with the Korean Rural Development Administration (RDA). She also has working experience with the Korean Office for Government Policy Coordination, Korea Rural Economic Institute (KREI) Forestry Department, and the U.S. Embassy Seoul Economics Department.

Anatoli POULTOUCHIDOU

Anatoli joined the team in 2019 and works as an climate mitigation specialist. She is responsible for updating the EX-ACT tool based on the 2019 Refinement to the 2006 IPCC Guidelines on National Greenhouse Gas Inventories, organizing and facilitating training workshops, preparing training materials and providing ex-ante measurements of the mitigation impact of agriculture and forestry development projects. She was previously stationed in FAO Bangladesh for approximately 3 years implementing  activities under the UN-REDD Bangladesh National Program. She holds a Master’s Degree from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala. 

Laure-Sophie SCHIETTECATTE
Consultante EX-ACT 
Agricultural Development Economics Division, FAO

Laure Sophie a une formation en biologie et océanographie. Elle est spécialiste du cycle du carbone des eaux côtières et mène en collaboration le développement d’un nouveau module EX-ACT (aspects techniques et développement d’un guide pour utilisateur) mettant l’accent sur le carbone bleu, la pêche et le secteur aquacole basé sur les zones côtières. Elle conduit des évaluations EX-ACT pour la gestion d’activités sur les zones côtières tropicales, pour développer des stratégies d’adaptation dans le secteur de la pêche, et participe à la diffusion du nouveau module carbone bleu d’EX-ACT.

EX-ACT TEAM FAO REGIONAL OFFICE AFRICA

Louis BOCKEL
Fonctionnaire principal chargé de soutien aux politiques agricoles
Division de l'Economie du Développement Agricole, FAO

Il est à la fois à l'origine du développement de l'outil EX-ACT et chef du projet. Il assure la supervision technique, l'orientation du développement et la dissémination de l'outil, en recherchant de nouveaux partenariats et collaborations afin d'encourager un usage élargi de l'outil dans l'analyse des projets et des politiques. Il organise et participe également aux formations et séminaires sur EX-ACT.

EX-ACT réseau de points focaux

Martial BERNOUX
Pédologue sénior à l'IRD
Unité jointe de recherche Eco&Sol
Fonctionnaire FAO, NRC
En tant qu'expert dans le domaine du sol, Martial a été engagé comme consultant à la FAO afin de développer l'outil EX-ACT en 2009-2010. Ses principaux domaines d'expertise sont l'évaluation du rôle des sols dans les systèmes forestiers et agricoles, en lien avec le changement climatique et la séquestration de carbone. Il effectue des formations à l'outil en Amérique Latine et participe à la relecture des rapports et articles scientifiques.

Past members

Giacomo Branca

Vincent Colomb

Irina Comte

Orane Debrune

Erica Doro

Uwe Grewer

Agnes Lachaise 

Rocio Sanz Cortes

Pierre Luc Sutter

Marianne Tinlot

Anass Toudert

Ophelie Touchemoulin

Laura Vian

 

 

Contact

Pour toutes informations complémentaires sur EX-ACT, vous pouvez joindre l'équipe à cette adresse :

EX-ACT@fao.org

Vous trouverez aussi des références à EX-ACT sur ces différents sites internet: