Camille Bouko-levy


International Rights of Nature Tribunal

Camille is a committed journalist on the themes of social ecology and indigenous peoples. She is studying Political Science in France, where she is currently doing the master “Risks, Science, Environment and Health”, a degree uniting social and climate justice.

Camille is an hard activist for implementing Rights of Nature since she realized an internship at GARN. She is committed at all the scales : international as GARN member, national working for Wild Legal and at the local scale as an activist in her student city, Toulouse. She is also involved in a national student project, with the aim of ensuring that her school (Sciences Po) is up to the challenge of environmental issues.