Florence investigates the political dimension of biodiversity offset policies

Florence’s research interests are in bridging political sciences, political ecology and biodiversity conservation to better understand how different political narratives and modes of governance affect biocultural diversity and sustainability.

Her PhD is devoted to the politics of biodiversity offsetting, with a focus on Australia and France. This research is part of an Australian Research Council Discovery Project entitled “Evaluating environment policy that has immediate costs but long-term gains”.

Florence has a Bachelor in Political Sciences from Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) and a Master in Economics and Public Policy from Sciences Po and École Polytechnique. During her studies she worked with various stakeholders in the fields of environment and biodiversity conservation in Australia, France and the Middle-East

Supervisors

Professor Libby Porter
Dr Ascelin Gordon

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