Transnational discourses, policy practices and the production of natures: the case of biodiversity offset policies in France and Australia
Florence Damiens started her PhD candidate at RMIT University in Melbourne (Australia) in March 2016. She is working within the Interdisciplinary Conservation Science Research group (ICON) within the School of Global, Urban and Social studies.
In her presentation, Florence Damiens will present how biodiversity offsetting has become a major policy instrument in Australia (Victoria), France and the EU.
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