Élyse Fournier

Climate Scenarios and Services Specialist

Élyse Fournier earned a Master’s in civil engineering from the Université de Sherbrooke. As an undergraduate, she consulted in municipal engineering and construction. She has worked on issues such as hydrological modeling and management of water resources in a changing climate. At Ouranos since 2014, Mrs. Fournier carries out projects related to energy- and water-management programs in Québec and internationally as part of the Climate Scenarios and Services Group.


The state of New York launching a full portfolio of measures to adapt to climate change

The state of New York launching a full portfolio of measures to adapt to climate change

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Securing Rail Shipping in a Warming Climate

The US Federal Railroad Administration adopting new safety standards to protect against rail buckling

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Adapting to Reduced Equipment Thermal Ratings

Western Power Distribution adopting new design standards for distribution equipment as a way to cope with increasing air temperature.

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Risk assessment of gas transmission and distribution infrastructure in the UK

National Grid Gas plc producing a risk assessment to climate change to start increasing its resilience to climate change.

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Using an economically sensible approach to address climate risks in coastal zones

Entergy is addressing climate risks with a consistent framework and fact-based approach to develop economically sensible solutions in U.S. Gulf Coast.

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Engaging the Public into Climate Resilience

Réseau de Transport d’Électricité de France engaging consumers to manage peak electricity demand with communication expertise.

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