Camille is a PhD student studying biodiversity conservation in times of climate change in the Department of Environmental Geography of the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM) at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. She has a background in Ecology and Geography from the University of Calgary in Canada, and biodiversity conservation from Middlesex University in London, UK. Her master’s thesis sought to develop a global conservation prioritization map using the ecosystem services framework to incorporate values of not only biodiversity conservation but also climate change mitigation, water security, and human well-being. Her current research builds on this foundation by bridging environmental, political, and economic disciplines and developing a holistic framework for understanding the synergies and trade-offs between climate and biodiversity targets, while also maintaining a strong focus on nature’s contributions to people and human well-being.
Applied biodiversity conservation; Ecosystem services/Nature’s contributions to people; Sustainability; Environmental geography.
2019: MSc Biodiversity Evolution and Conservation in Action, Middlesex University London.
2018: BSc Ecology with a Minor in Geography, University of Calgary.
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