Pauline Pasquier is a policy analyst who recently joined the Paris office of Technopolis Group. She has developed expertise in topics related to international cooperation and sustainable development with a particular emphasis on climate change adaptation and circular economy. Currently, Pauline contributes to the evaluation of programmes designed by the UNESCO and the Inter-American Development Bank Group.
Prior to joining Technopolis Group, Pauline has worked as a trainee for a sustainability consulting firm. Her mission was to accompany international companies and public bodies in the design, the monitoring and the assessment of their internal climate strategy. To that end, Pauline has led lifecycle and carbon footprint assessments, based on which she developed strategies and associated action plans matching the clients’ environmental objectives. Besides, she has contributed to the analysis of risks and opportunities brought about by climate change for business entities.
Pauline obtained a master’s in applied geo-economics at the Bordeaux Institute of Political studies. To specialise on the environment, she completed a post-master program in International Environmental Management delivered by the Mines ParisTech engineering school in partnership with the Tsinghua University.
During her academic and professional career, she has applied a wide variety of quantitative and qualitative analytical methods such as interviews, surveys, case studies and desk studies.
Pauline is a French native speaker. She is fluent in English and has advanced knowledge of German.