Stéphane is in charge of collaboration projects and peer-to-peer activities involving cities, but also research actors, EU and national institutions, consultants, etc. He is particularly interested in governance issues, citizens’ and stakeholders’ engagement, mobility or sustainable urban agriculture.
Stephane holds a Bachelor in Urban Social Studies, an M.A in Urban and Regional Planning as well as an MSc in Environmental Governance. At home, Stephane is engaged in a local solidarity organic agriculture project. He lives a car-free life with his family and in order to keep his environmental footprint as low as possible, Stephane essentially travels by train to all European meetings. Ask him for tips the next time you travel!
Stephane thrives to keep a good balance between work and other parts of life. That’s why he only works 4 days per week, so sorry you won’t be able to get hold of him on Fridays.
The aim of this report is to consider how Local Authorities can better engage with publics as a part of the energy transition in a meaningful way and support the active participation of citizens in energy systems and the energy transition. The report informes by energy Social Science and Humanities literature as a means of recognising that the energy transition is not merely a technological transition, but a social one.
This document synthesizes the major processes and events of the urban pathways to low-carbon models, each city will be highlighted individually for its unique context. Some basic information will help to paint the picture of each city along with their MOLOC actions and stakeholders.
Discover ten European local energy transition initiatives, as diverse as they are innovative, anticipating new modes of governance. This study analyses the synergies between the different stakeholders, examines the role of the municipality and identifies the key factors behind their emergence, success and dissemination.