Joan Bastide is a PhD candidate in geography at the University of Geneva and a delegate to the French Red Cross. He holds a MSc in geography and environmental science from the University of Geneva, a MSc in interdisciplinary Asian studies from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, and a certificate in geomatics. Joan Bastide has specialized in the use of GIS and remote sensing to monitor health and food security issues in developing countries and the building of alert systems. He has been coordinator to the French Red Cross in Grenada since 2010, and research assistant at the University of Geneva since 2008. He also worked for Action Against Hunger in Mali and Niger and for the World Health Organization in Geneva.
- Bastide J. 2008 : Analyse des risques liés à la variabilité spatiotemporelle des précipitations au Sahel. Communication au Congrès Mondial de l’Eau, Montpellier - Bastide J. 2007 : Les SIG et la télédétection au service de la prévention du paludisme ; mémoire de certificat de géomatique. Geneva : World Health Organization. - Bastide J. 2005 : La Chine et les changements climatiques. Postgraduate thesis, Geneva: Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. - Bastide J. 2003 : Gestion transfrontalière des eaux du Mékong. Master’s thesis, University of Geneva