Pauline Pingusson

Program Officer, Knowledge Services
Fédération canadienne des municipalités (FCM) | Canada

Pauline Pingusson completed her literary background with a diploma in management and a specialized master’s degree in Strategic Management of Sustainability in France. After a mission in an NGO in the United States, she worked at Utopies, the first French sustainability consultancy. She developed her expertise in responsible consumption, socio-economic impact and sustainable higher education by running the network Campus Responsables (Sustainable Campuses) comprising approximately 40 universities in France and in Belgium. She offered her expertise in sustainability on multiple projects in Europe, as well as in Morocco, Tunisia, the UK and the USA. After moving to Canada, she joined the Green Municipal Fund at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities to develop knowledge products and peer learning activities to help Canadian cities share best practices and become more sustainable. Pauline is in charge of managing a national network of local governments for the Leadership in Brownfield Renewal (LiBRe) program. She also explores circular economy and sustainable procurement opportunities for Canadian municipalities and designs and delivers capacity building activities.

– The Canadian Circular Cities and Regions Network: Fostering the Role of Local Governments in Catalyzing the Shift towards a Circular Economy

March 22, 2021 at 14:30