I am especially interested in inter- and transdisciplinary research on rewilding, and human-nature relations in nature conservation. In my project GrazeLife, I am exploring the multiple ecosystem services provided by different types of grazing in a European context. While looking at all types of grazing management (intensive, pastoral, etc.), I focus especially on wild grazing and rewilding. My research aims at directly informing policy making, and especially the Common Agricultural Policy. To achieve that I am combining natural and social sciences methods and looking at different types of grazing management through 8 case studies in Europe, part of the Rewilding Europe network, which is also coordinating the project.
Since 2019 PhD Student at iDiv in EU Project GrazeLife
2017-2018 Research Communications at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
2015-2017 Msc in Environmental Sciences – Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
2010-2015 Bachelor & Msc in Political Sciences & International Relations - Sciences Po Paris
Publications before iDiv
Rouet-Leduc, J., & von Essen, E. (2019). The Compromises of Rewilding in Swedish Laponia: Implications for Nature Reconciliation. The Journal of Transdisciplinary Environmental Studies, 17(1). Retrieved from www.journal-tes.dk