Lauren Duboisset-Broust, MSc
Development Director

Lauren holds a MSc degree in Sustainable Development from Uppsala University, Sweden. Her master thesis dealt with Indigenous-led biodiversity conservation through the analysis of two case studies: the Saami in Laponia and the Izocenos in Bolivia. She’s lived and worked in multiple countries including France, Peru, Mexico, and Ecuador, before making the decision to move to British Columbia years ago. 

Lauren has been invested in various local environmental organizations such as Swim Drink Fish, the Marine Mammal Rescue Center, or EcoNova Education. Lauren is based out of the North Shore and can be found swimming in the ocean or bike touring with her family on one of the Gulf Islands. 

She’s happy to be part of the Raincoast team to protect the emblematic species she grew up dreaming about.

lauren [at] raincoast [dot] org

Lauren wearing a blue toque and a burgundy shirt.

Recent articles

Five people using a net on the side of the Fraser Estuary doing science.

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Orange mushroom growing up through moss.

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Two people walking through a Garry Oak Forest.

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Erin Wall standing on a boat with beautiful mountains in the background holding a large camera.

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Amy Rowley, PhD, stands smiling in her toque with the Vancouver harbour in the background.

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