Armelle Le Comte works as an advocacy manager for Oxfam France, focusing on climate and energy issues. Within Oxfam, a global development charity fighting against the root causes of poverty and inequalities, Armelle Le Comte focuses on climate finance and energy issues in developing countries. She worked abroad for six years – five years in the UK and one year in Honduras – in child rights organisations (Save the Children, Plan International) before specialising in climate and energy issues, studying their impacts on the most vulnerable communities with CAFOD (Caritas). She has a degree in International Relations from Sciences Po and a MA in International Development from Westminster University (London).
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On the eve of COP21, the Green Climate Fund (GCF) approved financing for eight projects – this was a first for the fund, even though it was set up back in 2010 in Cancun. Setting up the GCF was a laborious process, due to lack of money, and there is still a long way to go before it becomes the...