Adeline joined the ECF in November 2018, and works as an associate for the Clean Energy Innovation Initiative in Brussels. She had previously worked for 9 years as a parliamentary assistant for several French S&D MEPs in the European Parliament, successively in the International Trade committee, and the Transports committee, where she had her longest experience, focusing on clean mobility and emissions reduction. She has worked more closely on the parliamentary inquiry on the Dieselgate scandal, as well as the Renewable Energy directive, and the CO2 standards for cars and vans, and for trucks.
After this immersive experience in European politics, she wished to use her skills exclusively to fight for the climate and a low-carbon future.
Adeline was born and raised in Paris but moved to Brussels 10 years ago, after completing her Master’s degree in European Project Management, and doesn’t see herself living elsewhere.