Camille was a research Assistant at EJD from February to September 2020, where she assisted Geneviève Pons in matters related to sustainable development, climate, and financing instruments of the EU for green solutions.
Interested in geopolitical and environmental issues, Camille has a Master’s degree in « Europe and Global Affairs » at Sciences Po Rennes. She specialised in matters linked to the Arctic and energy since she wrote her thesis on E.U. energy policy in the Arctic. The exact title of her thesis is “A Critical Look at the European Union’s Energy and Geopolitical Approach to the Sino-Russian partnership: the Example of the Natural Gas Industry in the Arctic,” and was based on a case study on the Yamal LNG plant in Siberia.
She developped her knowledge of environmental policies at an international level through an internship at UNU-FLORES, an organism of the United Nations specialised in integrated natural resource management (water, soil, waste) in Germany.