Nicolas, holds a master’s degree in science from the University of Southampton (United Kingdom) and an engineering degree from Ecole Centrale Lyon. He has been working for more than 15 years on issues relating to the ecological transition of the economy. Currently Executive Director of Green Cross, he had previously created the Sustainability offering of consulting firm Kurt Salmon and also served as the Senior Manager of Sustainable Development and Sustainable Cities at Accenture.
Notably, Nicolas has contributed to the structuring of civil society proposals around climate conferences since 2009, including the creation and development of the l’Institut de l’Economie Circulaire (Institute of the Circular Economy) for the China-Europe meetings of 2014 and 2015.
He has also contributed to the realization of CoP21, 22 and 23, through fieldwork for the French, Moroccan and Fijian Presidencies. He is a scientific advisor for the Sustainable City Learning Centre (Dunkirk) and Oceania Meetings (New Caledonia), founding member of the Moroccan Coalition for Water (Morocco), member of the drafting committee of the MEDCoP (France, Morocco) and also of Club France Développement Durable (Club France Sustainable Development).