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Amélie holds a double master’s degree in Environmental Sciences and Politics from Sciences Po Paris and the University of Pierre and Marie Curie. Amélie worked for the environmental think tank La Fabrique Ecologique and the biodiversity consultancy Gondwana in Paris. She joined Vertigo Lab in February 2016 to work on the strategic support of public and private actors: les Vignerons de Buzet, the Nouvelle-Aquitaine Region, the Ministry of Agriculture and Food, etc. Its field of expertise includes the analysis of environmental and socio-economic impacts, carrying out feasibility studies and project management. Its areas of intervention range from biomimicry to territorial development, including agriculture and the blue economy. For example, Amélie recently worked on the subject of Payments for Environmental Services (PES) for the Ministry of Agriculture and Food; and carried out a study on the blue economy in Guyana. Finally, Amélie regularly leads workshops and multi-stakeholder working meetings.