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Sylvia Becerra

Sylvia Becerra, 38 years old, is a sociologist (Phd, Toulouse University, 2003), specialising in the sociology of public policies and social practices. Her research themes are social and institutional vulnerability to natural risks & environmental change. She obtained two qualifications for academic positions in 2004 (sociology and political sciences). Tenured as a researcher at CNRS since October 2006, she was assigned to the GET lab where she develops sociological research on environmental change, environmental contamination and natural risks at the Midi-Pyrénées Observatory (eight laboratories in earth sciences). Working in this context, she has developed her ability to manage and coordinate a research program in a multidisciplinary environment and since 2008 she has also completed management training (thesis supervision, project management, MS Project). She co-supervises two PhD students and she annually supervises several master students at the Institute of Political Sciences of Toulouse. She co-hosts theme 6 of GET Laboratoy:”Interactions between metallic contamination and ecosystems: interfaces with health and society” and the transverse action “Environment, Health and Society” of the Midi-Pyrénées Observatory. She was responsible for various tasks under the ANR projects Eclis (Breeding Climate and Society) and AMAC (flood warning Improvement).

Since 2011, she has hosted a working group of the Scientific and Technical Council of the Hydrometeorological and flood forecasting national Service (SCHAPI). She has included a social dimension in numerous scientific environmental projects and has built projects such as MONOIL on the interface between disciplines. Her most relevant publications are : (1) Becerra S., Peltier A. (dir.). 2009 « Risques et environnement : recherches interdisciplinaires sur la vulnérabilité des sociétés ». Paris: L’Harmattan, 576 p. (2) Sturma A., Becerra S., 2012 « L’assainissement à Mayotte à quel prix ? Entre vulnérabilité institutionnelle et sociale », In : Sophie Poirot-Delpech et Laurence Raineau (dirs.), Ed. L’Harmattan, pp. 207-222., (3)2013 Bissardon P., Becerra S., Maurice L., Le risque sanitaire lie aux activités pétrolières en Amazonie Equatorienne : des alertes aux décisions, Environnement Risques Santé, août.; (4) 2013 Becerra S., Peltier A., Antoine J. M., Labat D., Chorda J., Ribolzi O., Merlet N., Daupras F. & Dartus D., Comprendre les comportements face à un risque d’inondation modéré.

Etude de cas dans le périurbain toulousain (Sud-Ouest de la France), Hydrological Science Journal (5)Becerra S., Peltier A., « De la crise écologique à l’affirmation du concept de vulnérabilité : la construction progressive d’un champ scientifique interdisciplinaire », In Barbier. R. et al., « Manuel  de sociologie de l’environnement», Québec, Presses de l’Université Laval. (6)    Becerra S, 2008 Moyano E, Garcia T., « Proteger la naturaleza : políticas públicas y dinámicas locales en España y en Francia. A proposito de la aplicación del programa Natura 2000», Papers, (88), pp.103-128. (7)  Becerra S, 2007 « La conservation de la biodiversité : atouts et contraintes de la coopération transfrontalière », In Salvador Juan (dir.), « Actions et enjeux spatiaux en matière d’environnement », Paris, L’Harmattan, pp. 171-184.

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