Margot supports Climateworks’ mission in an advisory capacity. Previously she led ClimateWorks’ Cities team, aiming to accelerate the transition to net zero across cities and the urban environment through the decarbonisation of buildings, transport and infrastructure.
Prior to joining Climateworks, Margot worked for WWF France as Head of Advocacy and Campaigns for Sustainable Cities. In this role she led campaigns and programs on climate action, sustainability transitions and plastic pollution at the subnational level.
Previously, Margot worked for Ernst and Young’s Climate Change and Sustainability team in Paris, leading strategic and policy-related projects with corporates and governments in the transport, energy, buildings and real estate sectors. Margot was also seconded to the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, and led organisation of the Low-emissions Solutions Conference at COP22. She has also worked for Aurecon Australia and the Port of Melbourne Corporation on environmental impact and stakeholder engagement.
Margot holds a Masters Degree in Urban Policy and a Bachelor of Social and Political Sciences from the Paris Institute of Political (Sciences Po Paris).