Celine Charveriat is Executive Director of the Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP), a Brussels-based sustainability think tank. 

In this capacity, she coordinates the European think tank network Think Sustainable Europe, which currently includes, in addition to IEEP, the Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3 - Spain), Ecologic Institute (Germany), TMG - Think Tank for Sustainability (Germany), the Green Tank (Greece), Iddri (France), the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI - Sweden) and the European office of the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD).

Céline Charveriat is an expert researcher and activist who has been influencing debates, policies and practices in the field of sustainable development and climate change for over 15 years. She began her career in Washington as a researcher at the Peterson Institute and the Inter-American Development Bank. She worked for over 10 years with Oxfam International.

She first represented the NGO at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and organised its Make Trade Fair campaign, including its landmark advocacy on agricultural export subsidies and domestic agricultural support. In 2011, she became Oxfam's Director of Advocacy and Campaigns, based in Brussels, where her high-level advocacy role focused on EU climate change policy and COP21.

Céline Charveriat is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris, the French Institute of International and Strategic Affairs (University of Paris XIII) and Johns Hopkins University (School of Advanced International Studies).