BCVANILLA - Carbon footprint Scope 3 of the Norohy company supplying vanilla from Madagascar
Norohy's ultimate goal is full scope carbon neutrality by 2025. In order to achieve this goal, it is important to identify the emission factors associated with the company's activities. This is the first step in helping to build a emissions offsetting strategy. Norohy controls its supply chains through long-term partnerships for vanilla, the main product, and also organic sugar. The mission will therefore have to establish the carbon footprint of the company's full scope activity using recognized methodologies.
SO1. Carry out a full scope carbon assessment of the Norohy activity
SO2. Prepare a carbon offset strategy, ideally as an insetting program. Other options could be explored, such as buying back carbon credits from projects in Madagascar, for example.
Holder of a Master's degree in Management from the Paris-Dauphine University and a Master in "Social Policies and Planning in developing Countries" from the London School of Economics, he brings his expertise in project building and project management in renewable energy, REDD+, technical engineering, economic and financial due diligence, business development, strategic partnerships, fundraising and human ressources managementSee more
PhD in Forest sciences conducted at INRA Avignon, EMMAH research lab, she brings her expertise in forest ecology, support for REDD+ mechanism and carbon accounting, Environmental and social impact assessment of projects, project management and supervision of technical workSee more
Ny Avy Andriamisaina
Forestry engineer, specialized on "Ecosystem and Biodiversity" and graduated from ESSA (Madagascar), she joined the team with her skills in biodiversity conservation, forest management and natural resources management. With her experience in assessing threats to protected areas, TNRM (Transfer of Natural Resources Management) and community support in conservation, she contributes to the implementation of different projects.
Holder of a Master of Science, "Agricultural Engineer and territories development" from the Institut Supérieur d’Agriculture (ISARA Lyon), he brings his expertise in agro-food/agricultural sectors' analysis and development, strengthening of supplychain actors (producers, private/public actors, agro-food industries...), socio-economic analysis of agricultural chains and his great knowledge of companies in these marketsSee more
After graduating from a general business school (HEC Paris) and a master's degree in ecological philosophy, he specialised in environmental management at AgroParisTech. He worked for an econometric and statistical analysis company, as well as in a strategy consulting firm specialised in the Africa and Middle East. He has carried out missions concerning agricultural markets in sub-Saharan Africa and has conducted surveys in Tanzania on the development of mobile payments in an agricultural sector. He supports the research department on the traceability of cocoa in Cameroon and works on the carbon footprint of a company in the vanilla industry in Madagascar