Nathalie Bolduc is a Senior Research Fellow working on the political economy of transitions in the agricultural and food sectors in the EU. Her interdisciplinary background at the nexus of environment, agriculture and political science and diverse international experiences give her a unique vantage point from which to think about complex questions around the future of food systems.

At IDDRI, Nathalie is responsible for working across and between the Member State and EU levels to bring ideas about the policy and political changes needed for real sustainability transitions in agri-food into the debate. To do so, she also works to create strong, lasting partnerships with private, public and non-governmental actors.

Nathalie teaches at Sciences Po Paris, from which she graduated with a master’s degree specializing in agriculture and research methods. She holds an undergraduate degree from Wellesley College (USA).