Anne-Sophie Cerisola

Anne-Sophie Cerisola is Associate Professor at SciencesPo Paris where she teaches on global environment issues at the School of International Affairs. She was a special advisor to the French climate change ambassador and was part of the team that negotiated and drafted the Paris Agreement on climate. Anne-Sophie also served as political advisor in the cabinet of the Minister for development; global issues advisor at the Embassy of France in Brazil; head of the international biodiversity and water unit at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where she contributed to the successful negotiation of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES); and international food security advisor at the Ministry of agriculture.

Anne-Sophie holds a Ph.D in American history from New York University and is a graduate of Ecole nationale d’administration.