Mathilde Mansoz joined Ecologic Institute from November 2011 to July 2012 as a Transatlantic Fellow. She has built a multi-disciplinary profile combining experience in environmental issues, project management, and communication. Mathilde Mansoz’s research covers water management, economic policy instruments, climate change mitigation and adaptation, transaction costs in the context of mitigation technologies, as well as some aspects of urban sustainability. She is a French native speaker, is fluent in English, and has a working knowledge of German and Japanese.
By joining Ecologic Institute, Mathilde Mansoz aimed to develop her experience in environmental issues related to water management and policies, urban sustainability and the Arctic.
Mathilde Mansoz has extensive international work experience. Before working at Ecologic Institute, she contributed to various research projects, such as a World Bank financed project about transaction costs and mitigation technologies. Together with urban planners and environmental managers, she carried out a project for the sustainable development of a Shanghai quarter, which was presented by the Swedish ministry for environment at the Expo 2010 in Shanghai .
Prior to being involved in the environmental field, Mathilde Mansoz successfully developed a career in project management in the entertainment and media industries. She has managed operations in films distribution in France and in the United Kingdom, and led the Operations department at Lionsgate UK in London for several years. In the past, she worked as a journalist in Japan and developed a strong attachment to Japanese culture and traditions.
Mathilde Mansoz has a degree in International Economics from La Sorbonne University in Paris and in Environmental Management and Policy from the International Institute for Industrial and Environmental Economics (IIIEE) in Lund University in Sweden. She also holds a degree in Journalism.