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Laure joined in 2023 as a Senior ESG Analyst in the Research & Engagements team, focusing on the Biodiversity and Oceans workstream. She currently manages two investor engagements related to Seafood Traceability and Sustainable Aquaculture.

Working at FAIRR 

With regards to the Sustainable Aquaculture engagement, Laure leads quantitative and qualitative research to assess the seven companies part of this engagement, which dominate the Nordic, Scottish and Chilean salmon farming industry. Entering its third phase in Spring 2024, this engagement focuses on promoting more sustainable feed in salmon farming and thereby reducing companies’ exposure to wild catch, the biggest driver of marine biodiversity loss.  

Regarding the Seafood Traceability Engagement, Laure acts as project manager and coordinates FAIRR’s partners on this engagement, namely UNEP Fl's Sustainable Blue Economy Finance Initiative, WWF, Planet Tracker and the World Benchmarking Alliance. Recently, she helped organised a webinar on Traceability in seafood supply chains and its implications for investors. 

As part of her thematic research on the blue economy, Laure has authored an insights piece about salmon farming which sheds light on the various nature-related risks associated with intensive salmon aquaculture, and the beneficial role that plant-based dietary shifts play in transitioning to more sustainable food systems.   


Laure has over five years of experience in sustainability and animal welfare, two areas that she is passionate about. She has worked for multiple animal welfare and conservation NGOs, such as the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and World Animal Protection, where she managed the Animal Protection Index - a tool comparing 50 countries’ animal welfare legislations and policies. Prior to joining FAIRR, Laure was a sustainability consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) for four years, where she supported a wide range of public and private sector clients on issues ranging from ESG materiality assessments to developing net zero strategies. 

Laure holds a BA in International Relations from SciencesPo Paris, during which she completed an exchange programme at the London School of Economics (LSE) focusing on environmental science and governance. She then graduated with an MSc in Biodiversity Conservation and Management (Distinction) from the University of Oxford.