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