Senior scientist, the Natural Capital Project, Stanford University

Perrine is a senior scientist at the Natural Capital Project, Stanford University, a partnership between academic institutions and environmental NGOs (WWF and The Nature Conservancy). Her research focuses on the relationship between nature and human well-being, with a particular interest in hydrologic services. She has led several ecosystem services modeling projects that support management decisions and has gained experience conducting natural capital assessments with NGOs and public and private actors around the world, most recently in Latin America and South East Asia.

Perrine currently leads the Natural Capital Project Livable Cities, a program aiming to understand and elevate the role of nature in urban environments. Prior to that, she worked as an environmental engineer in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and as a researcher in environmental modelling. Perrine holds a Master of Civil and Environmental Engineering from Ecole Centrale Nantes, France, and a PhD from Monash University, Australia, in the field of urban hydrology.

Experience

  • –present
    Chercheuse, Stanford University