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Camille Gilloots

Holder of two master’s degrees, one in environmental engineering and the other in sustainability, her career oscillates between fieldwork and theory, naturals sciences and social sciences, academic world and operational reality.

After being project manager for sustainable constructions and urbanisation for years in Paris, she entered the Competences Centre for Sustainability of the University of Lausanne in 2020. She is currently in charge of projects which aim to guide ecological transition policies. In particular, she experimented the downscaling of the Doughnut’s Theory of the economist Kate Raworth (2017) to local scale:  the cross-border territory of the Grand Genève in 2021, then to the University of Lausanne in 2022.

Furthermore, her research focuses on common lands in the mountains and their role in nature conservation.


Transition Workshop expert since 2023.