CBAM, Border Carbon and EU Green Trade: CELS webinar

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Speaker: Pierre Leturcq, Institute for European and Environmental Policy


Pierre joined IEEP as Senior Policy Analyst for the Global Challenges and SDGs programme in September 2021. Pierre’s area of expertise focuses on trade and sustainability. Prior to joining IEEP, Pierre worked as Policy Analyst at the Brussels-based Jacques Delors think tank “Europe Jacques Delors”. He has co-authored with Pascal Lamy (former Director General of the WTO and current President of the Paris Peace Forum) and Geneviève Pons (former Director of WWF Europe and current Director General of Europe Jacques Delors), a series of policy papers on how to “green” the EU’s trade policy. In October 2020, Pierre started pursuing a Ph.D. in political science at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). His Ph.D. research concentrates on the governance of a “just transition” in the EU. Pierre holds a Master’s degree in Private Law from the Jean-Moulin University of Lyon, a Master’s degree in Public Law obtained at the Humboldt University in Berlin (Erasmus) and a Master’s degree in Legal History from the Jean-Moulin University of Lyon.

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