Adrien Chanteloup studied Philosophy, Political Science and is currently following a program of Master’s in Rural Development and Natural Resources Management At the Swedish University of Agricultural sciences. He holds a bachelor’s in Philosophy and another one in Political Sciences from the Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University (France) and also made an exchange at the St-Joseph University of Beyrouth (Lebanon) while finishing both bachelors. In 2021, he decided to join the YEAs in order to pursue his commitment to getting more and more involved in different projects to face climate change more efficiently and more collectively.
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