Research

My research interests are at the intersection between economics and ecology, and cover ecosystem services modelling, ecosystem services tradeoffs, as well as the sustainable and equitable governance of natural resources. I have an interest in interdisciplinary approaches, and I like working with ecologists, economists, social scientists and policy makers.

My most recent research focuses on power asymmetries, and ecosystem services mapping with machine learning.

I am currently involved in the following research projects:

      • Participatory assessment of ecosystem services in the Mariño watershed (Peru, Apurímac) | with CIFOR and CIRAD
      • Identification of the drivers of land-use change in Peruvian Andes | with colleagues from CIRED, TETIS, Forêts et Sociétés, and LETG | fundings from CLAND
      • JUICCE : JUstice In Climate Change Exposure | with colleagues from CIRED | fundings from MSH Paris Saclay