Jouffray is a postdoctoral researcher exploring what the Anthropocene means for the ocean, what it entails for how we study marine social-ecological systems and, essentially, what can be done to improve sustainability. His research involves inter- and transdisciplinary approaches, ranging from the Hawaiian archipelago and indicators for effective coral reef management to the global seafood industry, the role of transnational corporations, and whether there could be entry points for sustainability considerations into mainstream financial mechanisms.
Jouffray has a background in natural science with a BSc in Biology of Organisms, Populations and Ecosystems from University Paul-Sabatier (France), and an MSc in Ecology from Stockholm University (Sweden). In 2020, he graduated as a joint PhD in Sustainability Science of the Global Economic Dynamics and Biosphere programme at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University. His doctoral thesis was entitled “The Anthropocene Ocean – Risks and opportunities for global sustainability”.
Jouffray is involved in the Seafood Business for Ocean Stewardship (SeaBOS) initiative, a co-production project between scientists and large transnational corporations, aimed at leading a global transformation towards sustainable seafood production and a healthy ocean. He is also engaged with The Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance, a multi-sector collaboration between governments, financial institutions, the insurance industry, environmental organisations and stakeholders from the Global South.
Jouffray is a member of the Resilience Alliance Young Scholars (RAYS) and Beijer Young Scholars (BYS).
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