Lorena Vidal

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My pronouns are she/her

I am interested in uncovering the diverse impacts of human activities on biodiversity loss and climate change. Furthermore, I am interested in using these insights to support the implementation of efficient nature-positive solutions. To do so, I use a variety of methodologies such as Life-Cycle Impact Assessments and literature reviews. My broader interests lie at the intersection of biological and social sciences, and I would like for my research to inform transformative and impactful changes for people and nature. I obtained a Master of Philosophy in Development Studies from the University of Cambridge, and a Bachelor of Science in Biodiversity, Conservation and Biology from McGill University.

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