I am a research scientist at the CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research) conducting interdisciplinary research in the lab Ecology, Systematics, Evolution within the research team Trajectoires EcologiqueS et Société (Blog TESSTIMONY) in Orsay (France). I belong to the interdisciplinary commission « Social environments: from fundamentals to operations » (52) and to the section « Economics and Management » (37). I was trained as an agro-economist and I hold a PhD in ecological economics.
My research question is how organisations and institutions that are adapted to natural processes emerge, evolve and change the trajectory of social-ecological systems. I am particularly interested in how the different organizational forms of public policies dedicated to biodiversity exert an influence on their efficacy. My main research object is biodiversity offsetting and its implementation for several types of ecosystems (coastal and terrestrial wetlands, agroecosystems) and species, at different scales and in different institutional contexts (Europe and North America). I am also involved in researches on ecological and landscape characteristics of linear transportation infrastructures (PEPITE), biological invasions (INVACOST) and species translocations (Transloc).
anne-charlotte.vaissiere [at] universite-paris-saclay.fr