Oskar Lecuyer

Climate-Energy Research Officer at AFD

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Oskar Lecuyer is a Research Officer at Agence Française pour le Développement. He leads and contributes to a research program on low-carbon transitions in developing countries. He is also involved in dialogue activities on climate-energy public policies in Colombia and Mexico, in conjunction with AFD’s operations. Following training in life sciences and the environment at ENS Paris, he specialized in environmental economics, the climate and energy.

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“Green budgeting”: paths to creating real added value

Few green budgeting initiatives have led to concrete reforms or revisions of priority investments. How can we move from simple theoretical exercises to concrete action for the environment?


Is natural gas a solution to meet Paris Agreement goals in Latin America?

Are the electricity expansion plans in Latin America and the Caribbean consistent with Paris Agreement targets? A recent study suggests a massive transition to natural gas will only delay the problem.


Carbon pricing corridors: the solution for reconciling climate and development?

Putting a value on carbon emissions reductions is a necessity, in both the North and the South. To take up this challenge, the commission headed by Joseph Stiglitz and Lord Nicholas Stern promotes the set-up of carbon pricing corridors.


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