Stéphane Hallegatte is the Senior Climate Change Advisor of the World Bank Climate Change Group. He joined the World Bank in 2012 after 10 years of academic research. His research interests include the economics of natural disasters and risk management, climate change adaptation, urban policy and economics, climate change mitigation, and green growth. Mr. Hallegatte is the author of dozens of articles published in international journals in multiple disciplines and of several books. He also led several World Bank reports including Shock Waves: Managing the Impacts of Climate Change on Poverty in 2015, Unbreakable: Building the Resilience of the Poor in the Face of Natural Disasters in 2016, Lifelines: The Resilient Infrastructure Opportunity in 2019, and the Adaptation Principles in 2020. He also led the writing team of the Stern-Stiglitz High-Level Commission on Carbon Prices. He was the team leader for the 2016-2020 World Bank Group Climate Change Action Plan, a large internal coordination exercise to determine and explain how the Group will support countries in their implementation of the Paris Agreement. He also led the development of the Resilience Rating System, a tool to monitor and report on how resilience is included in public or private investments. In 2018, he received the Burtoni Award for his work on the link between climate change adaptation and poverty reduction. In 2022, he has provided methodological guidance and supervision to the new World Bank Group diagnostic, the Country Climate and Development Reports, and has co-led the CCDRs for Turkey and Brazil. Mr. Hallegatte holds an engineering degree from the Ecole Polytechnique (Paris) and a Ph.D in economics from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris).