INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT AND PUBLIC POLICY
Advising national and local authorities to help them identify their needs and assist them in drawing up policy and regulatory documents.
The energy transition cannot come about and the fight against poverty cannot be won simply by building up individual initiatives, however successful they may be. A favourable institutional and policy framework is needed to ensure that these initiatives can grow and be duplicated. This could be achieved by adopting measures designed to lift any regulatory constraints and steer financial flows, whether public or private, local or national, in directions compatible with the Sustainable Development Goals.
To this end, Geres offers its technical assistance to national and local authorities, supporting them in identifying their needs or helping to prepare policy and regulatory documents. In addition, we also provide support to civil society organizations and local authorities to help them build up dialogue with national and international bodies, so that they can undertake their own advocacy, rooted in the reality of their local territories.
Meet our experts
Director Geres Expertise and strategy adviser
Julien works on strategy planning and setting up complex projects in Asia and Africa.
Climate and Energy Program Manager
Camille works on capacity-building and structuring of voluntary associations around the fight against climate change.
Programme Officer Energy Access
Alexis carries out or is directly involved in feasibility studies and evaluation of energy demand and constraints in developing countries.
Leader economic development approach
Romain co-ordinates a multi-country economic development programme based on supporting local entrepreneurs.
Technical Adviser Climate and Territories
Clémentine supports territorial approaches to the preparation and implementation of sustainable development strategies and policies in urban and rural areas.
Climate and Carbon Program Officer
Lucas is a specialist of carbon emission reduction policies and he manages the "Info Compensation Carbon" French platform.