Noémie Klein is a director in Navigant's global Energy practice. She focuses on mobilizing finance for climate action with governments, financial institutions and corporates. She works with clients to identify climate-related risks, build pipelines of low-carbon projects, and design policies and instruments to redirect finance from high to low carbon infrastructure.
Noémie leads Navigant’s work for international financial institutions. She has authored the World Bank’s State and Trends of Carbon Pricing reports, technical papers for the Partnership for Market Readiness, and strategy pieces under the Carbon Pricing Unlocked (CPU) partnership with the Generation Foundation. She helped the world’s largest multilateral lender to structure mitigation projects in the Middle East and North Africa region, and supported a North African government secure funding from the NAMA Facility.
Prior to joining Ecofys, Noémie assessed climate risks faced by corporates in Hong Kong. Previously, she was based in the UK and worked for EcoSecurities where she led the technical review team and developed over 60 CDM projects. Noémie holds an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London and an MRes in Environmental Sciences from University Paris 7.