Florence de Longueville is post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Geography of the University of Namur. She is interested in human dimensions of environmental change. Specifically, her areas of research focus on impacts of climate on health and migration, mainly in West Africa. Her work has included field-based researches in Burkina Faso and Benin. After her PhD in Geography at the University of Namur, she joined the EU FP7 Consortium HELIX (High-End cLimate Impacts and eXtremes) led by the University of Exeter, which assesses the impacts of climate change (+2, 4 and 6°C at the 2100 horizon). She has consulted on environmental migration issues for the Nansen Initiative and the World Bank. She has authored and co-authored several papers and book chapters on results of her research activities. Her articles have been published in journals such as Science of the Total Environment, Epidemiology, International Journal of Bioclimatology, The Lancet and International Journal of Climatology. She has lectured at University of Parakou (Benin), University of Liege, Sciences Po – Paris (France), University of Namur, University of Kinshasa (RDC).

Florence de Longueville