REBBEL members

Frederick GUYON

Lecturer in Science and techniques of physical and sporting activities at the University of Franche-Comté and member of the C3S laboratory. Expert in the study of relationships with nature from a sociological and anthropological perspective. After working on foraging activities (hunting, fishing, gathering) and gardening, he is currently interested in forest bathing and forest practices.


Environmental professor at Paris Saclay University in the ESE (Ecology, Systematics and Evolution) laboratory. She combines ecology, psychology, physiology, philosophy and ethnology, while favouring collaborations with artists. Currently, she works on developing methods to raise awareness on our relationship with nature.

Julien FUCHS

Professor at the University of Brittany Professor in Science and techniques of physical and sporting activities at the University of Western Brittany in Brest and at CREAD. Expert in the history of physical education and youth, he works on bodily practices and on their relationships to territories. He is currently coordinating a project on the history of coastal trips (classes de mer) in France and on the development of Marine Educational Areas.

Frédéric SERGENT

Director of GRAINE de Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, a regional group for support and initiation to nature and environment, which networks players in the field of environmental education.


Graduate from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Angoulème and the École Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Strasbourg. Her cross-curricular approach offers alternative ecologies for breathing, moving, listening with the plant world. Along with teams of researchers in plant ecophysiology and pedology, her projects seek ways to interact differently with living things.


Lecturer at the University of Bourgogne Franche-Comté and interim director of the C3S Laboratory. His scientific interests mainly concern the history of physical education and educational reforms, in particular innovation and New Education, body representations and natural environments.


Forestry engineer, retired from the French National Forestry Office. He led the project creating the first forest trail in France in 2019.

Amandine POLET

Visual artist, Arts and Environment project coordinator. Graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d'Art Olivier de Serres in Paris, her protean, multidisciplinary artistic work questions our human relationship with the living and reveals the fragility of the environment. It is an attempt to reconnect with the sensory and create new imaginary worlds.

Philippe GIMENEZ

Lecturer at the University of Franche-Comté and member of the C3S laboratory (culture, sport, health, society). He is a specialist in exercise physiology, both from the energetic and biomechanical aspects of motion.

Emmanuelle LAROCQUE 

Professor of psychosocial intervention at the University of Quebec in Outaouais. Expert in integrative approaches and intervention through nature and adventure, his research interests lie at the crossroads between holistic health (mental, physical, spiritual, environmental) and socio-ecological issues.


Lecturer at the University of Franche-Comté, attached to the C3S Laboratory. He aims at understanding the relationship between the forest and interdisciplinary educational issues, particularly through the role and place of forests during field trips (classes vertes).


Medical doctor, psychiatrist-addictologist and hypnotherapist. Certified forest bathing and sylvotherapy guide. Member of the Fédération francophone des praticiens de Shinrin Yoku et sylvothérapie. Her research focuses on an integrative approach to health, including lifestyle and connection with the Living.


Doctor in Educational Sciences, her research focuses on the creativity of action, learning by doing and environmental education. She participates in the RAME project (research on marine educational areas) and in the development of the REBBEL network.


Director - National Biodiversity Agency


Lecturer at the Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté and member of the C3S Laboratory. Her scientific interests focus on the appropriation of rules relating to the organization of nature sports events, particularly in terms of environmental protection. This leads her to consider the question of the ecologization of these events.
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