Myriam Dumortier
  • Herman Teirlinckgebouw, Havenlaan 88 bus 73

    1000 Brussel


1989 …2022

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Myriam Dumortier is a senior researcher, focusing on the interaction between agriculture and biodiversity. She is interested in the state of biodiversity in the rural environment, on agricultural practices favourable for biodiversity (e.g. agro-ecological farming) and on the synergies between farming and nature conservation. She is also involved in policy support (e.g. though the project Contracts 2.0). She is member of the team Nature and Society, involved in participatory approaches, co-creation and soft systems methodology. Myriam holds a Master and a PhD in Bioscience Engineering. During the 90’s, she worked in community forestry and rural development in South-Asia. From 2000 to 2010 she worked on the reporting of the state of nature at INBO and from 2010 to 2020 she was a policy officer at the European Commission developing and implementing the EU policy on invasive alien species. In 2020, she re-joined INBO to focus on agriculture. Since 2007 she is also a professor on forest and nature policy at Ghent University.


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