Elise has been working for the EEB for two years. She works on chemicals policies and focuses on detoxifying the emerging circular economy thanks to chemicals regulations and policies. From REACH-chemicals to the interface between chemicals products and waste, to plastics or nanotechnologies, she covers a wide range of issues.
An environmental law graduate from the University of Strasbourg, she specialised in international and European law. She previously worked in Geneva on environmental health legal issues at the Center for International Environmental Law.