Elodie’s love of nature began in her childhood in sunny California. She has a BSc from the University of Bristol and an MPhil in Development Studies from the University of Oxford. She conducted field research in St Vincent and Honduras, and her thesis focused on marine conservation and community mobilisation in an Afro-indigenous Garifuna community.
Elodie has worked on sustainability, gender equality, and refugee rights programmes in the UK, Kenya, Indonesia, and Spain. She is especially interested in promoting diversity and intersectionality within the climate movement. As an activist, she has been involved with Extinction Rebellion and Oxford University’s Climate Justice Campaign. She enjoys cooking and cycling, and she spent a summer working on a permaculture farm in Slovenia.