Lemonsea Project

Who are we?

LEMONSEA was created in 2014 by a group of students passionate about the protection of the environment and more precisely by ocean preservation.

Our Vision

Considering that Ocean Acidification is at the root of many of the issues that ocean conservation faces, we believe in the necessity of awareness raising in order to tackle the main drivers of acidification in a holistic approach.

Our Mission

Our approach is focused on three main axis:

  • to create innovative educational tools to popularize and facilitate the science on issues linked to Ocean Acidification
  • to contribute to the dissemination of knowledge by sharing relevant content on Ocean Acidification
  • to work with organizations or individuals committed to research and advocacy on Ocean Acidification issues

 

MEMBERS

 

Fanny Voix

Master Student in Environmental Sciences at Université de La Rochelle

Théo Buisson

Master Student in Environmental Sciences at Université de La Rochelle

Elia Barjolle

Master Student in Environmental Sciences at Université de La Rochelle

Monica Lafon

Communications and PR Manager at Centro Mario Molina

Thibault Guinaldo

Student in water science at Université de Montpellier

Alice Lapijover

Phd student in environmental science at Université de La Rochelle

Yoann Lapijover

Microengineering Student at EPFL

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Christina Marmet

Marine Scientist at Dial Cordy and Associates Inc.

Hannah Moersberger

Project Coordinator at Future Earth

Camila Minerva Rodríguez Tavárez

Sciences Po Graduate

Luuk Van der Heijden

Phd student in environmental science at Université de La Rochelle

 

OCEAN YOUTH AMBASSADORS

 

Isabella O'Brien

Grade nine student at Westmount Secondary School in Hamilton, Canada & one of the top 20 Global Finalists at the Google Science Fair

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SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

 

Jean-Pierre Gattuso

CNRS Senior Research Scientist

Julien Rochette

Coordinator Oceans and Coastal Zones Programme at IDDRI

Glen Wright

Research Fellow International Marine Policy at IDDRI

Jeff C. Clements

PhD candidate
in Marine Biology at University of New Brunswick

Become our Scientific Advisor
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