27 May 2021

Cyrille Cormier

Cyrille’s academic background lies in Aeronautical Engineering, having studied in Toulouse and London. He dedicated seven years to the aeronautical industry before transitioning to environmental campaigning within different political parties and non-profit organisations.

After Fukushima’s nuclear accident in March 2011, Cyrille joined Greenpeace as a Climate and Energy Campaigner, focusing primarily on energy transition and nuclear safety. In 2020, he authored his first book on climate politics in France before joining Beyond Fossil Fuels in 2021. Cyrille is fluent in English, French, and Spanish.

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On 13 March 2024, environmental activists in Poland won a court case against the Turów coal mine. The ruling, handed down by a regional administrative court in Warsaw, invalidated the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) required by PGE, Poland’s largest power producer, to  secure its mining licence until 2044. 

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The environment, climate, and energy ministers of the Group of Seven western industrialised states (G7) have committed to phase-out coal power ‘during the first half of the 2030s’, in the outcomes of their summit in Torino presented today.