Mireille Perrin
Mireille Perrin

Mireille Perrin

Program Manager, Good Energies Foundation

Mireille Perrin holds a BSc (economics) from the London School of Economics and a Master’s Degree from the Graduate Institute for International Relations in Geneva. She has worked on global sustainability and climate change issues for the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the European Commission in Pakistan, the International Water Management Institute in Sri Lanka, several UN agencies including UNEP, and now Good Energies Foundation.
AVAILABLE ON 7 November 2021

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About Good Energies Foundation

Good Energies Foundation is a Swiss-based private Foundation established in 2007. Its mission is to mitigate poverty caused by climate change focusing on two sectors: renewable energy and forest & land use. It funds organisations across the tropical forest belt in the Amazon, Congo basin and Indonesia. It is a member of the Funders’ Table and of the Climate and Land Use Alliance. More information about its work on a Climate Smart Forest Economy is available at: