Emmanuel Guérin

Emmanuel Guérin is the Executive Director for Global Policies at the European Climate Foundation. In this role, Emmanuel leads the development and execution of the ECF strategy aiming at creating the political conditions for success in international climate policy. Emmanuel also serves as the Interim Director for the 2050 Pathway Platform, an initiative working across national and local governments, as well as businesses and investors, to help them develop long-term deep decarbonisation strategies.

Emmanuel brings a decade of experience in climate politics, policies and economics, working in government, think tank, philanthropy and academia. Before joining the ECF, he worked for the French Foreign Affairs Ministry, as Special Advisor to the Climate Change Ambassador and now ECF CEO Laurence Tubiana, and led the drafting team for the Paris Agreement. He also worked as a Consultant for the Children Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), was Associate Director of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, Director of the Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project, and Director of the Energy and Climate Programme at the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations.

Emmanuel taught and researched at Sciences Po, Columbia University, and the London School of Economics.