Singular pursuit of net-zero by 2050 could exacerbate inequality and derail our chances of a climate-resilient future.
Katell Le Goulven
Katell Le Goulven joined INSEAD in April 2018 as the Executive Director of the Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society. Previously with UNICEF, she founded a Policy Planning unit to analyse global trends and emerging issues and inform UNICEF’s strategic positioning, and led UNICEF’s corporate engagement with International Financial Institutions.
Katell has held senior positions with high-level commissions that defined the policy implications of the data revolution, climate change, and global public goods for the development agenda. She has 19 years of professional experience at the interface of research and decision-making designing policies and strategies, and advising senior executives in international organizations and governments.
Katell holds a PhD in agricultural economics, a Msc. in tropical agronomy, and an engineering degree.