Consultation Bodies

Luxembourg in Transition involves three bodies responsible for monitoring the overall process: the Interministerial Committee, the Advisory Committee and the Scientific Committee, set up to provide advice and support. The interim and final reports will be submitted to the Scientific Committee for a detailed evaluation, which will be accompanied by opinions from the Interministerial and Advisory Committees. In parallel to this, a Citizens’ Committee/Biergerkommitee Lëtzebuerg 2050 was put in place the 18th January 2021.


Under the direction of the Département de l’aménagement du territoire (DATer), the composition of the Interministerial Committee will be adapted as the work progresses.


  • ASTI, Association de soutien aux travailleurs immigrés
  • A representative of Syvicol;
  • A representative of CSAT, Conseil supérieur de l’aménagement du territoire
  • A representative of the Chamber of Commerce of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg;
  • A representative of the Chamber of Trades of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg;
  • A representative of the Chamber of Employees of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg;
  • A representative of STATEC
  • A representative of the OAI
  • A representative of LUCA
  • A representative of the Conseil supérieur pour un développement durable
  • A representative of the IDEA Foundation
  • de Jugendrot
  • A representative of LISER
  • A representative of Mouvement écologique 
  • Representatives of partner bodies that are members of the greater cross-border cooperation area (Grand Est, Rhineland-Palatinate and Wallonia)



Urban metabolism engineer, Professor at the University of Paris 1

Dominique BOURG

Sociologist, Philosopher, Honorary Professor at the University of Lausanne


Professor of International Law at the Catholic University of Louvain

Lex Faber

Developer/Urban Planner

Sylvain Ferretti

Environmental Engineer, Managing Director of the Geneva Canton Urban Planning Office

Manuel Gausa

Architect and Urban Planner, Professor at the University of Genoa (Member of the Scientific Committee for the Greater Geneva project)

Thomas Kallstenius

Materials Physicist, Chair and Managing Director of the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology

François Gemenne

Specialist in Environmental Geopolitics and Migration Dynamics, University of Liège

Carola Hein

Architect and Historian, Professor at Delft University of Technology (Member of the Scientific Committee for the Greater Geneva project)

Sonia Lavadinho

Researcher and future-oriented consultant in the areas of urban planning and mobility, property development and commercial vitality

Bertrand LEMOINE

Architect and Engineer, President of the French Academy of Architecture, former Director of the Greater Paris International Workshop

Christine Muller


Denis Scuto

Historian, vice director of the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH)


Professor, Photovoltaic Laboratory, University of Luxembourg

Marjolein VISSER

Interfaculty School of Bioengineers, Free University of Brussels