Perrine Laroche works as a PhD candidate in the Environmental Geography Group, part of the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM) at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU).
Based on her academic background in Geography and Spatial Planning (BSc) and Applied Economics to Agriculture, Sea and Environment (MSc), and additional work experiences she developed strong interest in understanding the relationships among people and their natural environment through e.g. food, or leisure behaviour. She wrote her MSc thesis on the Essential Variables approach, and the way forward Ecosystem Services assessment and monitoring.
She is now conducting a PhD focused on the ‘Impacts of changing lifestyles and ecosystem services demand in a telecoupled world’. This PhD is part of the COUPLED research program, funded by H2020 European Union research and innovation programme. She is working under the supervision of Dr Nynke Schulp from VU University in Amsterdam, and Thomas Kastner from the Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre.
Ecosystem Services, Environmental indicators.
2014: BSc in Geography and Spatial Planning, University Jean Moulin (Lyon, FRANCE).
2016: MSc in Applied Economics, Agrocampus Ouest and University of Western Brittany (Rennes, Brest, FRANCE).
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