About

Emille is an Australian Lawyer with a Masters of Environmental Governance, now undertaking a PhD at McGill University, Canada with the Leadership for the Ecozoic program. Emille’s research examines the practice and governance arrangements of ecological restoration. In particular, Emille is interested in how the practice and policy of ecological restoration challenges traditional conceptualisations of environmental law, and how these challenges could result in a more ecologically informed environmental law and governance. This interface between ecosystems, science, community and governance systems in ecological restoration Emille believes is a pertinent space to engage with questions of earth systems governance.