Born in Beirut, Camille studied Political Science and Business in Paris, and International Economics in Bologna. He worked for ten years as a policy advisor to the Government of Dubai in sustainable urban development.
Camille’s work aims at making cities more livable and more resilient. Through sound planning and innovative ideas, the policies he develops and reviews balance between urban and economic growth on the one hand and long-term sustainability on the other.
He teaches Urban Environment and Climate Change Economics at Saint-Joseph University’s Economics Department in Beirut.
In his free time, he explores ways to address urban issues through literature.