I am a 25 year old Belgian student in environmental and natural resources economics at the University of Copenhagen. Before moving to Copenhagen, I completed a bachelor in economics and management and a master in international management (CEMS) from the Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium. There, my master's thesis focused on identifying how management science could contribute to reduce corporate greenhouse gases emissions.
Studying environmental economics was a natural choice for me, having been made aware of the importance of safeguarding our natural environment early in my life, notably through my long-term involvement in Scouting organisations as a child and young adult. Like my colleague William, I have a particular interest in ecosystem service valuation. Indeed, in my view raising awareness about the various services provided by nature to society makes a very strong argument for environmental conservation and sound decision-making for public infrastructure projects.