Our diverse team is intent on doing whatever they can to protect this blue planet.
Coordination / Writing
MA in International Relations Sciences Po Bordeaux and longtime sailor, this tri-lingual ocean enthusiast has elected to put her skills at the service of the protection of the marine environment. After working at the Ocean and Climate Platform in Paris she relocated to Brittany, first with Under the Pole, then at Oceanopolis aquarium on the European H2020 project "ResponSEAble", that launched her on the path of Ocean Literacy.
After earning a Masters degree in Political Science at Sciences Po Bordeaux, Alix started working in press relations before becoming consulting editor in a digital communications agency. She now helps institutions and companies define and put in place their digital communication strategy by creating rich and diverse content.
Navigation / Technical
After eleven years as a firefighter in Paris, Aurélien left the capital to be closer to the ocean. He worked for 3 years in a boatyard in Brest. He is also an offshore sailing and maritime safety instructor at the Glénans sailing school. All the time he spends on the water fuels his motivation to contribute to protecting the ocean.
Press / Communication
Une année passée au bord de l’océan Indien et Pacifique n’ont pas empêché cette bretonne de revenir à son premier amour : l’Atlantique. Chargée de communication à l’université de Brest, elle travaille sur des projets qui portent la voix de l’océan à l’international.
Blue water lover, Breton at heart, and regular volunteer at the Glénans Sailing School, Aline lives with the ocean. Earning a degree in art direction, she is passionate about graphic information systems with an educational goal. She is currently working on several projects, namely for the press, mixing digital design and illustration.
Étudiant brestois en gestion de l’environnement littoral, Yacine savoure chaque moment passé sur le terrain, au bord de l’eau, à pêcher ou discuter avec les acteurs du littoral.
This altruistic carpenter and cabinetmaker who is passionate about art and atypical sailboats is constantly looking for ways to link protection the ocean and artistic and cultural projects.
When he is not in his office in Brussels, this fervent European is outdoors, sharing his adventures through videos. With as many skills as a Swiss Army knife, Thomas edits videos and podcasts to help you learn about the ocean and live the adventure by our side.
Several years in a boatyard nurtured Julien's passion for yacht reparation and maintenance. Always ready to help, whether to fix a boat or help protect the ocean, he immediately joined the association's forces.
Marine electrician at the renowned Chantier du Guip, this longtime sailing instructor at Les Glénans sailing school and regular surfer never takes his eyes off the ocean.
When he is not underwater, this student in marine biology lends a helping hand to marine mammal conservation projects and enjoys sharing his knowledge about the ocean with others.
And all of the other volunteers who help us out on land and at sea
THE SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL
Ancienne directrice de l’Institut écologie et environnement du CNRS, Françoise Gaill coordonne actuellement le conseil scientifique de la Plateforme Océan et Climat. Elle prend en outre part aux travaux mis en place par les Nations unies sur l’état des lieux de l’océan.
THE SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL
Dr. Adrien COMTE
Dr. Dimitri KALENITCHENKO
Research fellow in microbiology at the Centre for Arctic Gas Hydrate, Environment and Climate in Tromso, studying the impact of climate on microbial communities using methane (a greenhouse gas 25 times more powerful than CO2) as a source of energy in arctic ecosystems
Dr. Bleuenn GUILLOUX
Research fellow in international law of the sea, the environment, and scientific research at ISblue (Interdisciplinary graduate school for the blue planet) associated to the Center for Law and Economics of the Sea (AMURE), European Institute of Marine Studies (IUEM) and University of Brest
Dr. Arnaud HUVET
Dr. Johanna BALLÉ-BÉGANTON
Researcher specialized in planning the uses of ressources and coastal and marine areas within the AMURE laboratory
Dr. Laura COQUEREAU-BESNIER
PHD graduate in benthic ecology, specialized in non-instrusive observation methods using the sounds produced by marine animals
Research fellow at IDDRI, specialized in public environmental policy and ocean governance, namely on the political and legal links between ocean and climate as well as marine biodiversity conservation issues facing the development of offshore extraction activities
THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP
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