Director of the Center for Energy at Ifri until 2014


Since October 2011, Maïté Jauréguy-Naudin is the Director of the Center for Energy at the  Institut Français des Relations Internationales (Ifri).

From October 2006 to October 2011, Maïté Jauréguy-Naudin was the program Manager of the Energy program at the  Institut Français des Relations Internationales (Ifri).

She joined Ifri and the Centre Français sur les États-Unis (CFE/IFRI) in September 2004 as a visiting fellow. Ms Jauréguy-Naudin was then a researcher at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington DC, focusing most particularly on space policy issues within the " Homeland Security Program ". Prior to this position, Ms Jauréguy-Naudin was with the Office National d’Etudes et de Recherches Aérospatiales, then with the Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches d’EDF before to join Thalès/ Airborne Systems, conducting R&D in the field of Aerospace and Physics. Ms Jauréguy-Naudin received her Ph.D in applied physics from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace.


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Historical leader of the fight against climate change, the European Union’s influence declined in Copenhagen. This opened the way to the so-called BASIC countries to show their willingness to become a driving force in the international climate agenda. Interestingly enough, the Copenhagen...


Europe’s energy policy is commonly defined by three axes of equal importance: security of supplies, competitiveness and sustainable development. The European Commission is mandated to develop the policy tools that allow the implementation of this common policy. Early on, challenges arose from...


On 22 June 2011, a proposal for increased Energy Efficiency was presented by the European Commission. The energy efficiency directive was intensely negotiated and faced strong internal opposition from a number of players. DG Climate officials have shared their concerns with the public.


Although there is now a broad consensus of opinions regarding the reality of climate change, strategies differ for reducing global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. While countries that have ratified the Kyoto protocol are working to find its replacement (the protocol"s commitment...

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