Anne Claire Asselin is a sustainable development  professional with expertise in environmental metrics, and an experienced project leader.


She has an experience of 7 years in Life Cycle Thinking in Private sector, Research and Government. As a 2 years consultant to UN Environement  and the Life Cycle Initiative, she has a global view of the state of the art and has been delivering multiple trainings and conferences.

Her experience includes :

  • LCA and carbon footprint
  • Biodiversity footprint
  • Value chain assessment and improvment in developing countries/emerging economies (e.g. Brazil, Columbia, India, South Africa… )
  • Training on sustainable development and value chain assessment and improvment (French and English): Brazil, South Africa, Bhutan, Morocco, Malaysia
  • Life Cycle Impact Assessment methodologies
  • Life Cycle Inventory Data collection and critical review

She is contributing to the UN Environment hosted Life Cycle Initiative projects on “Data and Database management”, and on “Life Cycle Impact Assessment Indicators”. She is also involved in international initiatives around climate change due to Agriculture and Forest and Other Land Use (AFOLU) .

Before that, her experience covers 15 years in banking around risk management, public private partnerships and project finance.

Anne  Claire Asselin has a a masters degree in Science from Ecole Polytechnique in Paris France (X84) and a masters degree in Finance from Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussees in Paris France (1990).

Email:  anne.asselin [at]