Andréanne Brazeau

Andréanne Brazeau

Senior Policy Analyst, Québec

Expertise: Climate governance in Quebec, Canada and internationally; public policy related to the environment, climate, energy and consumption; sustainable transportation; international climate negotiations and the just transition.

Credentials and experience: Andréanne Brazeau holds a master’s degree in applied political studies specializing in environmental studies and a graduate diploma in environmental management from the Université de Sherbrooke, as well as a bachelor’s degree in international studies from the Université de Montréal.

Committed to the environment and equity from the outset of her career, Andréanne held various positions in policy analysis, government relations, communications, research and advocacy before joining the David Suzuki Foundation. She has worked for Équiterre, the UNESCO Chair in the Prevention of Violent Radicalization and Extremism at the Université de Sherbrooke, ENvironnement JEUnesse, the Réseau québécois des groupes écologistes and the Young Diplomats of Canada.

In addition to having participated in five Conferences of the Parties on climate, from COP24 to COP28, she is also a lecturer in international climate negotiations and environmental policy at the École de politique appliquée and the Centre universitaire de formation en environnement et développement durable at the Université de Sherbrooke.

Passions: Politics and policy, arts and culture, good restaurants, good food and good wine, Montreal neighbourhoods, documentaries, nature, camping and (very) long hikes.

I dedicate my career to the fight for climate justice. It is imperative to address environmental issues in an intersectional way so that the socio-ecological transition benefits everyone, especially the most marginalized communities, in a sustainable way.