Members

Apolimer is an interdisciplinary research group supported by the Ecology and Environment Institute (INEE) of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), based at the Littoral, Environment and Societies (LIENSs) research unit in La Rochelle, France. It was initially a cooperative research structure within the University of Western Brittany (UBO), based at the European Marine Institute (IUEM) in the Lab of Marine Sciences (LEMAR) in Brest, France.

Members of the Scientific board & the contributors are based in metropolitan France, French overseas territories and in countries like Canada, Germany, Russia or Australia. Their research work is rooted in many disciplines, including political science, anthropology, sociology, history, geography and law.

Coordinators

Apolimer Co-Founder
CNRS-INEE faculty Research Scientist (LIENSs, La Rochelle University)

Social Sciences of Politics

Apolimer Co-Founder
Senior researcher at CNRS-LEMAR

Biogeochemistry, citizen science, sociology of science and sustainability science

Contributors

CNRS Research fellow

Anthropology

Senior researcher at the Environment Territory & Infrastructure (ETBX) Unit, INRAE Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Political sociology, comparative policy analysis

University lecturer at EA LaSSP, IEP Toulouse

Political science

Tarik Dahou

Researcher

Anne Choquet

Researcher

Senior researcher at IRD

Political anthropology, natural resources gouvernance

Jon Marco Church

Éric Frécon

Researcher

émilie Mariat-Roy

Researcher

Agnès Michelot

Researcher

Nathalie Niquil

Researcher

Pierre Boudry

Researcher

Frédéric Lasserre

  • North Atlantic & Arctic

Researcher

Alix Levain

  • South East Asia

Researcher

Fabrice Teletchea

  • North Atlantic & Arctic

Researcher

Éric Collias

  • North Atlantic & Arctic

Researcher

Elspeth Probyn

  • Pacific & Oceania

Researcher

Adrien Lambrechts

Engineer

Paul Tixier

Collaborators

Rhoda Fofack

PhD Student

PhD student, CNRS-ARENE  & LIENSs

Environmental social sciences

Kristina Likhacheva

PhD student