Sandy Lamalle is an international Consultant and Researcher with over 20 years of experience leading projects worldwide. She has worked as a legal adviser for international organisations (including the European Union, United Nations, World Health Organisation) and as a legal consultant in the United-Kingdom. She holds a Ph.D in International Law (University of Geneva), and in European Union Law (University of Strasburg), and degrees in international relations, political science and law. She conducted postdoctoral research at the CERIUM and CRDP (University of Montreal), Crépeau Centre (McGill University), Sydney International Law Centre (University of Sydney), and Centre for Legal Jurisprudence (UK Leuven). She co-founded an intersectorial Innovation Network on the environmental governance of the Saint-Lawrence River (www.NotreGolfe.ca). She has notably worked on the responsibility of non-state actors and the rights of Indigenous peoples (ILA Committees), and participated in intercultural dialogues and fora such as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Canada and Europe-China Forum. She is the co-convener of ESGRREW, an Earth System Governance Workgroup on the Representations and Rights of the Environment (www.esgrrew.com), which launched an intercultural and interdisciplinary Dialogue and Research Process in partnership with Future Earth and with the patronage of the UNESCO. She co-edited with Peter Stoett the ESGRREW Book: 'Representations and Rights of the Environment'. https://www.cambridge.org/fr/academic/representations-and-rights-environment.