Honorine van den Broek d’Obrenan works as a Benefits Research Officer, exploring the wider social and economic benefits of climate action. She is helping to coordinate a range of meetings and events, assisting with stakeholder communication, and coordinating city support including data collection. Previously, Honorine had worked as an intern for the C40 adaptation masterclasses and research, and contributed to C40’s overarching Climate Action Planning Programme.
Honorine has both an architecture and sustainable urban engineering education in France. During her studies, Honorine has conducted a series of study trips through Europe and Asia interviewing developers of innovative sustainable projects for cities on energy, transport, waste and water management, and education. She has questioned the interaction of health and sustainability at a building scale through her master thesis, and her work in sustainable architecture firms in Taiwan and Rotterdam.