Stéphane Baudé is Projects Director at Nomadéis. He is a graduate of the Polytechnique school of engineers and Centrale-Supelec with a complementary training in sociology and political sciences (Sciences-Po Paris). He has gained 16 years of professional experience in the field of independent sustainability consulting services, for both public, private and civil society actors. Stéphane Baudé has a wide expertise in animating and facilitating multi-stakeholder dialogue processes (seminars and workshops, interviews, conferences, restitution, etc.) aiming at developing and carrying out common good strategies in the fields of sustainable development of territories, energy transition, food and farming transition, response to situations of long-term contamination of territories and governance of hazardous for people and the environment.
He has carried out various work (missions, publications) related to Commons and their contribution to the transition processes in the field of energy or agriculture. Since 2016, he has published various works on how Commons can renew approaches of energy transition, international cooperation and access to energy in developing countries, food and farming and management (see selected list below). He has coordinated numerous missions of strategic roadmaps and associated action plans in the field of sustainable development and CSR, both for public and private organizations (French Ministries of Overseas and Health, AFD, professional organizations and networks, large industrial groups, NGOs).
Stéphane Baudé has also been teaching AgroParisTech students since 2018, is Secretary General of Interfas (Professional Union of Strategic Facilitators linked to AgroParisTech) and is a referenced consultant of the LUCIE 26000 CSR label.