Mathilde is specialised in analysing environmental and sustainable development impacts of products, systems and policies.
She holds a MSc in General Engineering from the Ecole Centrale de Lille in France and a MSc in Environmental Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). During her studies, she specialised in Ecodesign, Life Cycle Assessment and Absolute Sustainability.
As part of her Msc thesis, she developed a methodology for quantitatively assessing social and environmental impacts of policies on an absolute scale, applying the Planetary Boundaries framework.
At UNEP DTU Partnership, she works for the Initiative for Climate Action and Transparency (ICAT). She pilots a project aiming at assessing the transformational impacts linked to a geothermal energy development policy in Uganda, as part of the ICAT Transformational Change methodology. She also develops tools for ICAT to support capacity building on the assessment methodologies.