Yseult Gibert is the Education Intern at the Planetary Health Alliance. Her role encompasses contributing to the development of educational materials, establishing and maintaining a comprehensive global inventory of Planetary Health education initiatives, and assisting in collecting, mapping, and analyzing Planetary Health syllabi.
Yseult is currently pursuing a Masters in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and she holds a Doctor of Medicine (MD) from McGill University in Montreal, Canada.
Prior to the PHA, Yseult was engaged in planetary health advocacy at both local and international levels. She led the Quebec Chapter of Project Green Healthcare, an initiative to support and guide medical students in greening the healthcare system. She attended COP27 and COP28 as a youth and health delegate, and worked with the Global Climate and Health Alliance for the inclusion of health in climate policy.
During her free time, Yseult loves being outside, running or hiking. She secretly wishes to become a scuba diving instructor and grabs any chance she gets to discover new underwater landscapes.