Ghislain Dubois holds a PhD in Economics. He develope and as a graduate from Sciences Po Aix-en-Provence, Ghislain Dubois is the founder and manager of TEC since 2001. He is the author of numerous works and scientific articles, in France and abroad, and has participated, in particular, in some IPCC acitvities. He is also a consultant for several international organizations: UNDP, UNEP Unesco, Action Plan for the Mediterranean, European Parliament… He is finally an associate professor at the University of Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. Ghislain participates in the technical and scientific animation of all the missions of the firm, and in particular is the promoter of PROCLIM
Jean Paul CERON
Jean-Paul holds a doctorate (HDR) in economics (EHESS) et is a graduate from the High Business School (HEC). At present, he is a research associate in the International Research Center on Environment and Development (CIRED), he works on the environnemental consideration since the beginning of the 70s. He carries out research on adaptation and mitigation policies, in particular within the framework of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change(GIEC/IPCC).
Christos Giannakopoulos is PhD in Atmospheric Science Modelling University of Cambridge, UK, M.Sc. in Telematics University of Surrey, UK, MSc in Meteorology, Athens University, and BSc in Physics University of Athens. He is Research Director at the National Observatory of Athens (NOA). He was a lead author of UNEP’s IPCC 4th Assessment Report (2007) on Climate change impacts, adaptation and vulnerability. He is NOA’s Principal Investigator in several major climate change related EU projects, such as ENSEMBLES, DeSurvey, CIRCE and CLIMRUN. He also has experience in the field of global chemical transport models and has participated in the World Climate Research Program for the assessment of large-scale atmospheric model performance. He is Member of the Climate Change Impacts Study Committee formed by the Bank of Greece to study the environmental, economic and social consequences of climate change in Greece. He is the author of over 45 peer-reviewed papers and over 65 publications in conference proceedings.
Stephane Simonet is a senior climate change specialist with over 12 years of experience working on innovative climate policies, programmes and projects. He has worked for a wide range of governments, regional organisations and donor agencies (UNDP, WB, GEF, IUCN, AFD, World Water Council, EU, etc.), and contributed to numerous international initiatives on climate change and development. Since 2012, he is Director of ACTERRA, a consultancy firm that provides technical, policy and scientific advisory services on climate change risks management and adaptation planning for a variety of clients and sectors. Stéphane is also involved in the OT-MED flagship research programme on global change and natural hazards in the Mediterranean basin.
Philippe Rossello is an engineer in geographical sciences. He is an expert in spatial analysis and prospective. His experience mainly covers local and global change, air quality and geomatic (numerical modeling, geostatistical, GIS, remote-sensing…). He has been involved in many projects (VALERI, Astuce & TIC, GAZEL, SYNCRAU, GAZEL…). He created in 2011 a company (GeographR) and he teaches at Avignon University and Aix-Marseille University.