Adeline Serckx

Strategic Director, Technical Design and Development

BSc, MSc, PhD

Adeline has more than twelve years’ experience in bio-engineering, specialising in ecology, biodiversity,  and conservation biology. 

With TBC since 2017, she has worked with renewables, oil and gas, mining, infrastructure, agribusiness, and consumer goods projects and with lenders (IFC, World Bank, EBRD), developing activities in areas with terrestrial and aquatic biodiversity risks. This work has ranged from providing support to align with IFC PS6 and/or EBRD PR6, to developing supply chain biodiversity risk and footprinting analyses, Science-Based Target setting, and action planning. She has contributed to the development of globally recognised biodiversity indicators, including the Science-based Targets Network’s interim guidance and the Biodiversity Indicator for Site-Impacts with UNEP-WCMC and is a certified assessor of the Global Biodiversity Score. She works with businesses to help identify the best approach to assess biodiversity impacts, including the use of widely recommended metrics such as the Species Threat Abatement and Restoration (STAR) metric, or developing a tailored approach specific to the client's needs. She has extensive experience working with and understanding established and upcoming reporting frameworks, such as TNFD, GRI and CSRD and their implications for business. 

Adeline is a primatologist by background with a PhD in ecology and conservation of bonobos, working in Democratic Republic of Congo, with local communities, governments, and a broad range of local and international stakeholders. She has also worked with farming communities in Belgium before joining TBC. Adeline is a native French-speaker and speaks English fluently.

Adeline Serckx