Aleksandar Rankovic’s work focuses on interactions between environmental science and policy, in particular for biodiversity and climate issues. His current research deals especially with the future of the Convention on Biological Diversity, IPBES, ocean-climate relations and nature-based solutions.
Aleksandar is a graduate in environmental science and policy, with a degree in life science, a Masters in environmental science and a PhD in ecology (Sorbonne University), as well as a Masters in international affairs (Sciences Po Paris).
In 2014, Aleksandar worked with Bruno Latour and François Gemenne to coordinate the “Earth Policy in the Anthropocene” programme at Sorbonne Paris Cité University. In 2015, he was a visiting fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School Program on Science, Technology and Society, directed by Sheila Jasanoff.