Sandrine Gallois

(PhD in Environmental Science and Ethnoecology, 2016, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain and National Museum of Natural History, France) is a ethnoecologist based at Leiden University, Netherlands. Her research focuses mostly on human-environment relations including local ecological knowledge and knowledge acquisition in a context of global changes. She has conducted extensive fieldwork amongst indigenous people in Peru and Cameroon. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, her areas of interest are biocultural diversity, cultural transmission, childhood, ethnobotany, social-ecological systems and science-policy interface.