Cédric de Meeûs is Head of Public Affairs & Government Relations at LafargeHolcim and is based in Brussels, Belgium.
He is responsible for developing and driving a proactive global advocacy strategy on policy and regulatory issues that impact assets, activities and markets. Particular focus is given to climate change, circular economy, sustainable construction, waste management and industrial competitiveness.
Prior to his current role, he was Deputy Representative to the European Union Institutions for Veolia Environment (2006-2012).
Cédric de Meeûs studied environmental engineering and holds a MSc from the Imperial College, London.
He is vice president of Construction Products Europe (CPE). The members of CPE are national and European construction products associations, and the organization represents the interests of all construction products manufacturers throughout Europe.
He has over 20 years of experience in the management of government relations, with a focus on energy and climate, circular economy and resources and the sustainable development agenda. He specializes in the integration of political and regulatory intelligence in business decision-making processes.
Cédric de Meeûs was a participant in the 6th International LafargeHolcim Forum on “Re-materializing Construction” held in Cairo, Egypt in April 2019.