Fanny Demassieux has been the Environment and Health/Pollution Coordinator of the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) since September 2015 and Head of the Pollution and Health Unit, based at its Economy Division in Paris. She returned to UN Environment after spending a year and a half as Chief of Staff of the French Minister of Justice. In her previous carrier at UN Environment, she developed and led the Responsible Consumption unit in the Sustainable Consumption and Production branch. She also performed the functions of coordinator of the Resource efficiency subprogramme which is one of UN Environment’s 7 priority work areas Before joining UNEP, she worked for the French Development Agency (AFD), the bilateral French donor institution, in charge of partnerships, regional cooperation and European affairs within the French overseas territories directorate. She started her career as advisor, deputy chef de cabinet for the French State Secretary for overseas territories.