After completing her studies in literature and social sciences, she attended the School of Journalism in Lille and worked for several years in Paris as an editor and later section editor for several national magazines. In 2014, she moved to Marseille, where she chose to become an independent author and journalist. She seeks to invent new narrative forms combining an intimate style, gonzo journalism, and fiction. She prefers long-term investigations and reports, and immersion in unknown environments.
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Forest areas host an incredible wealth of biodiversity but they are also home to indigenous peoples. These inhabitants want their voices to be heard in the ongoing negotiations to create protected areas.
How can we put an end to “imported deforestation”? In this third episode in our “Forests in Danger” series, we examine destructive interactions between consumption, importation and deforestation, along with some proposals for combatting them.