Bruno Dorin (French national, PhD. in economics, postgraduate degree in agricultural engineering) began working for the French Ministry of agriculture prior to two stints in India over eight years, first for doctoral fieldwork (1990-1991), then in New Delhi (1995-2000) as Director of CSH (www.csh-delhi.com). In 2002, joined CIRAD (www.cirad.fr) and CIRED (www.centre-cired.fr). Has been involved in several international research projects before developing Agribiom, a quantitative tool for analysing world production, trade and use of biomass, undertaking collective scenario-building and hybrid modelling. Came back to India in 2014 as CSH’s head of “Economics and Development”. Is author of numerous articles and reports, in addition to five books in English: “National Identity and Regional Cooperation” (Delhi, 1999), “The Indian Entrepreneur” (Delhi 2003), “Agricultural Incentives in India” (Delhi 2004), “Agriculture and Food in India” (Delhi 2009), “Agrimonde: scenarios and challenges for feeding the world in 2050” (Versailles 2011, Springer 2014).