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Anthony Lehmann

Aquatic biologist by training who completed his doctorate on the aquatic plants of the shores of Lake Geneva under the supervision of Prof. Jean-Bernard Lachavanne, Anthony Lehmann very quickly became passionate about the contribution of cartographic and statistical tools to the analysis of our environment. He did a post-doctorate in New Zealand on ferns, then worked at the Swiss Center for Wildlife Cartography in Neuchâtel, before returning to the University of Geneva, seconded to the United Nations Environment Program. He is currently associate professor at the University of Geneva, vice-director of the Institute of Environmental Sciences where he directs the enviroSPACE laboratory which explores various solutions to better understand and manage natural resources in a more sustainable perspective (www.

Guest expert at the Transition Workshop since 2021.