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Land Economy, Environment & Society
I am interested in the challenges of climate change mitigation in the agriculture sector. My research aims at identifying the different barriers that could prevent the implementation of agricultural management practices allowing for soil carbon sequestration. More precisely, it seeks to understand the underlying socioeconomic factors for the adoption of these practices by farmers, with the purpose of improving mitigation policy design.
My research interests include:
Alongside, I have developed an interest in climate change adaptation in viticulture. I have worked on projects investigating the impacts of climate change on grapes and vines in France and how to adapt vineyard management to mitigate these impacts.
I have taught and demonstrated on a couple of courses at the University of Edinburgh, including Sustainability, Society and Environment (tutoring) and Human Dimensions of Environmental Change and Sustainability (marking).
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