Emmanuelle Bouchard-Bastien is an environmental anthropologist. She holds a master’s degree in environment (Sherbrooke University, 2011) and a PhD in anthropology (Laval University, 2023). She works in environmental health in Québec. His main files focus on the social dimensions of environmental change, social representations of nature and toxicological risks, conflicts and social acceptability. His research interests fall into two main areas, namely development projects (extraction of natural resources, industrial complexes) and disasters (technological and “natural”).