Carolina Sánchez-De Jaegher is a philosopher and ecofeminist scholar that have dedicated her academic work to environmental ethics and the theory of justice for nature. Her expertise resides in ecosystems ethics and ancestral knowledge(s), Indigenous sacred places: its international legality and the southern epistemologies.  She has done most of her field work bridging, comparing and contrasting policies for environmental protection and the emergence of epistemic resistance in the Mapuche communities of South Chile. She is also involved in research with struggles for preserving the tropical forest such as the Indigenous communities of Ecuador, particularly the Sarayaku  community and their concept of Kawsak Sacha (Living Forest), Sumak Qamaña and Sumak Kawsay (Buen Vivir). Her teaching philosophy is based on critical thinking for liberation, unlearning and relearning beyond modernity because as Boaventura de Sousa Santos says, ´there can be no global justice without global cognitive justice´.
Former assistant professor of Spanish and Latino-American studies at  the University College Roosevelt (Utrecht University) in the Netherlands.? She is also member of the BIOGOV (Institutional Analysis of Collectie Arrangements for sustainability and Open Platform on Ecological and Social Transition) which is a research unit of the department of Philosophy of Law at UCL.  She is a PhD candidate in the Philosophy of Law at the Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium in co-supervision with Utrecht University. She holds a Master of Arts and Philosophy from the University of Helsinki (Finland) and a Master in Pedagogy (Free University of Brussels).
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Marc Maesschalk UCL, Directeur cellule philosophique du Centre de Philosophie du Droit de l'UCL (CPDR) , Prof. Rolando Vázquez Melken UCR.