Section head of Environmental economics, Centre Scientifique de Monaco
Dr Nathalie Hilmi is an expert in Macroeconomics and International Finance. In 2010, she joined the Centre Scientifique de Monaco as head of the section « environmental economics » and collaborated with IAEA’s Environment Laboratories to initiate correlation studies between environmental sciences and economics to better evaluate the socioeconomic extent of impacts and costs of action versus inaction with regard to carbon emissions.
She is in charge of the coordination for the preparation and organization of the workshop series “Bridging the gap between ocean acidification impacts and economic valuation” held in Monaco every two years. She passed her post-doctoral degree (HDR) in 2011 about “a muldisciplinary approach of sustainable development”.
She is lead author for IPCC Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate (SROCC) and next IPCC main report AR6. She is also lead author for MAR1, the first Mediterranean Assessment report by MedECC, which co-won the 2020 North-South Prize of the Council of Europe.
How can the economy and finance be mobilised to sustainably regenerate natural ecosystems ?
Nature & Biodiversity