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Giorgos Kallis

Giorgos Kallis


Project Coordinator for CLICO
Ecological Economics Research Group (Eco2Bcn)
Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA),
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona Spain

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Giorgos Kallis (PhD) holds the prestigious ICREA professorship offered by the Government of Catalonia. He previously held an EC Marie Curie Outgoing Fellowship with the University of California at Berkeley, where he taught water policy and researched new institutional experiments for drought adaptation in California. He has published over 20 peer-reviewed articles, and recently authored a global assessment of drought risks for the "Annual Reviews of Environment and Resources", the highest impact factor journal in environmental studies.

Personal webpage: http://www.icrea.cat/Web/ScientificStaff/Georgios-Kallis--481

 


Christos Zografos

Christos Zografos

Research Coordinator for CLICO
Ecological Economics Research Group (Eco2bcn)
Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA),
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

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Christos Zografos works in the area of environmental social science focussing on the study of environmental governance mainly within the fields of ecological economics and political ecology. His research looks at the relevance of participation and deliberative democracy for sustainability decision-making and the application of political ecology for studying power and the politics of environmental decision-making. His past research has examined climate change mitigation (wind energy) conflicts, ecotourism, and the use of discourse analysis (Q methodology) for exploring environmental values. He is the main editor of a recent book on Deliberative Ecological Economics (Oxford University Press)

Personal webpage:http://www.eco2bcn.es/people_postdocs.html



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Ethemcan Turhan

Ecological Economics Research Group (Eco2bcn)
Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA),
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

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Ethemcan is a Ph.D. candidate in Ecological Economics and Integrated Assessment Research Group at ICTA in Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB). He is an environmental engineer by training and has worked for UNDP in Turkey as a project assistant on climate change and sustainable rural development projects. He has finished his M.Sc. in ICTA-UAB in 2009, specializing on climate change and global change. His research interests are social vulnerability, double exposures, human security, climate and environmental justice, political ecology, adaptation policy and global climate change regime.

 


Stefania Barca

Stefania Barca

Centro de Estudios Sociales,
Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal

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Stefania Barca has a number of articles in Italian and international History journals and has a forthcoming book on 'water enclosures' in the industrial revolution. Her new research project deals with industrial hazards and the relationships between labor and environmental movements in a transnational perspective. She is also a research associate at the Istituto di Studi sulle Societá del Mediterraneo of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche in Naples.

Personal webpage: http://www.ces.uc.pt/investigadores/index.php?action=bio&id_investigador=353&id_lingua=2

 

 


Giacomo D’Alisa

Giacomo D'Alisa

Ecological Economics Research Group (Eco2Bcn)
Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA)
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

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Giacomo D'Alisa holds a Ph.D. in Economics and technologies for a Sustainable Development from the University of Foggia. Current research is focused on water resources and waste under an ecological economics and integrated assessment perspective. He is also part of groups exploring the idea of de-growth.

 


Lilit Manukyan

Lilit Manukyan

Project Manager for CLICO

Ecological Economics Research Group (eco2bcn)
Institute for Environmental Science and Technology(ICTA),
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

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Lilit Manukyan holds a PhD in Foreign Literature from Yerevan State University. She is currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Romanic Languages and Cultures at UAB. Miss Manukyan is Clico´s project manager and is responsible for the organizational effectiveness of the project. She is responsible for all financial reports, administrative reports, organization of meetings, financial management, project coordination and dissemination of project materials. Miss Manukyan has extensive experience in project management, and has taken various courses on managing European research projects.

 


The School of Development Studies and Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of East Anglia (UEA)


Neil Adger

Neil Adger

Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research,
University of East Anglia (UEA), United Kingdom

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Neil Adger (PhD) is a leading authority in research on climate change vulnerability, resilience and human security. He leads the research programme on adaptation at the Tyndall Centre. Professor Adger was a convening lead author of the Fourth Assessment Report of the IPCC in its assessment of adaptation and is co-editor of the journal Global Environmental Change. Since 1991, he has authored and edited seven books and special journal issues, 75 refereed journal articles, and 55 book chapters.

Personal webpage: http://www.uea.ac.uk/env/people/facstaff/adgern

 

 


Marisa Gouldon

Marisa Gouldon

Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research,
University of East Anglia (UEA), United Kingdom

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Marisa Goulden (PhD) has two years postgraduate experience working as a Senior Research Associate for the Tyndall Centre, conducting interdisciplinary research on adaptation to climate change and climate variability in Africa. Dr Goulden's current research focus is on international shared river basins, national water management strategies and the role of cooperation and conflict between countries in adapting to extreme events.

Personal webpage: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/faculty/Goulden

 

 


Declan Conway

Declan Conway

University of East Anglia (UEA), United Kingdom

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Declan Conway (PhD) is a Senior Lecturer in Natural Resources, has over 15 years experience in the area of climate change impacts and adaptation. He has expertise in developing countries (particularly Africa and the Nile Basin) and management of water resources. Dr Conway holds editorial positions with Hydrological Sciences Journal and the new Earthscan journal Climate Change and Development and has published/in press over 35 peer-reviewed articles.

Personal webpage: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/faculty/Conway

 



Anita Milmanark

Anita Milman

University of East Anglia (UEA)

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Anita Milman (PhD) is a Senior Research Associate at the School of International Development and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research. Her research focuses on the governance of transboundary waters in the context of climate change adaptation and globalization. Previously she has investigated interactions between the physical and human dimensions of transboundary groundwater, the efficacy of community based water systems and the energy-water nexus.


ECOLOGIC Institute



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Maria Berglund

Ecologic Institute
Germany

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Maria's work at Ecologic focuses on water management and European environmental governance. Maria is also interested in public land use and integration of environmental issues into various public sector policies.

Personal webpage: http://ecologic.eu/1826


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Nils Meyer-Ohlendorf

Ecologic Institute 
Germany

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Nils Meyer-Ohlendorf is a Senior Fellow at Ecologic Institute and coordinates the institute's international governance programme. His work focuses on climate change, international governance and sustainable development. Nils Meyer-Ohlendorf deals particularly with negotiating a future climate change regime, climate change policies in the new EU Member States and the links between international trade and climate change policies.

Personal webpage: http://ecologic.eu/627


Rodrigo Vidaurre

Rodrigo Vidaurre

Ecologic Institute 
Germany

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Rodrigo Vidaurre's research focuses on policy and legal frameworks of water management and water governance, Water Framework Directive (WFD) implementation, emerging pollutants, water resources monitoring, and transboundary water resources. Some of his past projects have addressed policy options for adaptation to climate change, pharmaceuticals in environmental waters, and alternative water supply options.

 


Christiane Gerstetter

Christiane Gerstetter

Ecologic Institute
Germany 

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Christiane Gerstetter is Fellow at Ecologic Institute. A lawyer by training, her work focuses on the intersections between environment politics and other policy fields, notable trade and development.
Christiane has a particular interest in the Middle East where she has lived and worked. 

Personal webpage:http://ecologic.eu/1815

 

 


 

Elefheria Kampa

Eleftheria Kampa

Ecologic Institute 
Germany 

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Eleftheria Kampa is Senior Fellow at Ecologic Institute. She holds a PhD in environmental planning. Her areas of expertise are water and river basin management policy at European and international level. She focuses on the implementation of European water directives (especially the Water Framework Directive, WFD), on areas of convergence between science and water policy as well as on the integration of water protection issues into other sectors (e.g. energy, infrastructure, agriculture).Eleftheria Kampa is Senior Fellow at Ecologic Institute. She holds a PhD in environmental planning. Her areas of expertise are water and river basin management policy at European and international level. She focuses on the implementation of European water directives (especially the Water Framework Directive, WFD), on areas of convergence between science and water policy as well as on the integration of water protection issues into other sectors (e.g. energy, infrastructure, agriculture). 

Personal webpage:http://ecologic.eu/505


Centre for the Study of Civil War (CSCW), International Peace Research Institute (PRIO)



Nils Peter Gleditsch

Nils Petter Gleditsch

Centre for the Study of Civil War (CSCW)
Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Norway

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Nils Petter Gleditsch (Mag.art, m) is Research Professor at CSCW and Professor II in Political Science at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim. He has been the editor of Journal of Peace Research since 1983 and the President of the International Studies Association (2008–09). He was a member of the Scientific Steering Committee of the Global Environmental Change and Human Security (GECHS) programme and has been characterized as the most influential European contributor to the literature on armed conflict (http://esi-topics.com/armed-conflict/).

Personal webpage: http://www.prio.no/People/Person/?oid=65230


Halvard Burhaug

Halvard Buhaug

Centre for the Study of Civil War (CSCW)
Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Norway

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Halvard Buhaug (PhD) is Research Professor and Leader of the CSCW Working Group on Environmental Factors in Civil War at PRIO. His research interests include geographic aspects of armed conflict and security implications of climate change. In 2006, he was awarded the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences & Letters prize for excellent research by young scholars in the Humanities for his research on geographic aspects of armed conflict.

Personal webpage: http://www.prio.no/CSCW/People/Person/?oid=66168


Gerdis Wischnath

Gerdis Wischnath

Centre for the Study of Civil War (CSCW)
Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Norway

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Gerdis Wischnath studied Geography at the University of Bonn (Germany) with a main focus on development studies and Geopolitics. She is Research Assistant in the Working Group on Environmental Factors of Civil War at CSCW. Her interests include security implications of climate change, political geographies of armed violence and disaggregated studies of civil war using Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

Personal webpage: http://www.prio.no/CSCW/People/Person/?oid=60525

 


Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJ)



Itay Fishchhendler

Itay Fischhendler

Department of Geography,
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJ), Israel

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Itay Fischhendler (PhD) serves as the Head of the Environmental Planning and Policy program at HUJ. His research interests focus on environmental conflict resolution; natural resources management and governance and decision making under conditions of political and environmental uncertainties. He is a leading scholar on transboundary water institutions and Middle East water issues.

Personal webpage: http://geography.huji.ac.il/personal/Itai/cv.htm


David Katz

David Katz

Porter School of Environmental Studies
Recanati School of Managemet
Tel Aviv University
and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJ), Israel
 

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David Katz (PhD) is currently the director of the Akirov Institute for Business and Environment at Tel Aviv University, where he also teaches classes in environmental economics and corporate environmental management. His research interests include environmental & resource economics, links between economic development and resource consumption, and water policy. He is also a research associate for the CLICO project via Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Personal webpage: http://envbiz.tau.ac.il/en/project_more.php?id=96&sub=24&cat=8
 

 


ETHZ Zürich, Center for Comparative and International Studies



Thomas Bernauer

Thomas Bernauer

Social Science and Humanities Department,
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich (ETHZ), Switzerland

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Thomas Bernauer is a professor of political science at ETH Zurich. His research and teaching is focused on international environmental and economic issues. That is, he analyzes political and other conditions under which environmental and economic problems that extend beyond national borders can be solved.

Personal webpage: http://www.ib.ethz.ch/people/bernauer

 


Tobias Bohmelt

Tobias Böhmelt

Center for Comparitive and International Studies (CIS),
Institute for Environmental Decisions (IED)
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich (ETHZ), Switzerland

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Tobias Böhmelt is a postdoctoral researcher in the "International Political Economy" group at the Center for Comparative and International Studies (CIS) and the Institute for Environmental Decisions (IED). His main research interests are environmental politics, international mediation, military effectiveness, and social network analysis.

Personal webpage: http://www.ib.ethz.ch/people/boetobia

 


Theresa Tribaldos

Theresa Tribaldos

International Relations
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich (ETHZ), Switzerland

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Theresa Tribaldos holds an MSc in Geography with a focus on Physical Geography from the University of Zurich and an MA in Geopolticis, Territory and Security from King's College London. She joined the International Political Economy group as a PhD Student in March 2010. Her doctoral thesis examines the relationships between water scarcity and conflict.

Personal webpage: http://www.ib.ethz.ch/people/ttribaldos

 

 


The Cyprus Research and Educational Foundation (CyI)



Manfred Lange

Manfred Lange

Energy, Environment and Water Research Center,
The Cyprus Institute (CyI), Cyprus

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Manfred Lange is the founding Director of the Energy, Environment and Water Research Center of the Cyprus Institute. His research interests involve the Assessment of climate change impacts through integrated assessment (models) and the specification of possible mitigation and adaptation strategies with a particular focus on natural resources and ecosystem services (e.g., energy and water).

Personal webpage: http://www.cyi.ac.cy/user/25


Adriana Bruggeman

Adriana Bruggeman

Energy, Environment and Water Research Center,
The Cyprus Institute (CyI), Cyprus

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Adriana Bruggeman joined the Energy, Environment and Water Research Center (EEWRC) of the Cyprus Institute as Research Scientist in hydrology and water management in September 2009. She enjoys working on esoteric, hydrologic monitoring and modeling activities as well as on solving applied research problems in cooperation with various scientists and stakeholders.

Personal webpage: http://www.cyi.ac.cy/user/79

 

 


School of Global Studies, University of Sussex (UOS)



Jan Selby

Jan Selby

School of Global Studies,
University of Sussex (UOS), United Kingdom

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Jan Selby (PhD) is Head of the Department of International Relations at the University of Sussex. He is a leading scholar on the hydro-politics of the Middle East and the Israel-Palestine conflict, and has also undertaken research on peace processes and post-conflict reconstruction. He has conducted research across the Middle East and South Asia. He has published 7 ISI peer-reviewed articles, a dozen chapters in edited books, one monograph and one co-edited volume.

Personal webpage: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/ir/profile145874.html


Mark Leopold

Mark Leopold

Justice and Violence Research Centre
University of Sussex (UOS), United Kingdom

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Mark Leopold (PhD) is a Lecturer in Social Anthropology in the University of Sussex, Department of Anthropology, and is Convenor of the MA in the Anthropology of Conflict, Violence and Conciliation. His doctoral researched focussed on the Uganda, Sudan, Congo border region and he has written widely on issues of conflict and peacemaking in Sudan, Uganda and Africa more generally.

Personal webpage: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/justice/profile191756.html

 



Clemens Hoffman

Clemens Hoffman

University of Sussex (UOS), United Kingdom

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Dr Clemens Hoffmann is a postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Department
of International Relations, University of Sussex. His current research
explores the relationship between Climate Change, hydropolitical issues
and Human Security. Within this project Dr Hoffmann is responsible for
the case studies on Sudan and Cyprus. The project will investigate how
the political economy of peace processes interacts with climate-change
induced transformations like resource scarcity and other environmental
hazards.

 

 


United Nations University, Institute for Environmental and Human Security (UNU-EHS)



Koko Warner

Koko Warner

United Nations University
Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS), Germany

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Koko Warner is the Academic Officer and Head of the Environmental Migration, Social Vulnerability and Adaptation Section at the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS). Her research focuses on two climate adaptation paths: environmentally induced migration and environmental change, and financial mechanisms to assist the poor, including insurance and remittances.

Personal webpage: http://www.ehs.unu.edu/article:223
 


Jorn Birkmann

Jörn Birkmann

United Nations University
Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS), Germany

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Jörn Birkmann is the Head of the Vulnerability Assessment Section at UNU-EHS. He is currently involved in vulnerability assessment to natural hazards and climate change in coastal communities and flood plains in Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Vietnam, Spain, Egypt, Germany and Russia. Besides the assessment of vulnerability a key research area of his is the evaluation of tools and measures to reduce vulnerability and promote resilience.

Personal webpage: http://www.ehs.unu.edu/de/article:145
 


Fabrice Renaud

Fabrice Renaud

United Nations University, Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS)
Environmental Vulnerability and Energy Security Action (EVES)

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Dr. Fabrice Renaud heads the Environmental Vulnerability and Energy Security Section. He served as Director ad interim from August 2009 to May 2011. At UNU-EHS, he is responsible for carrying out research on and developing concepts and projects dealing with the environmental dimension of vulnerability, the resilience of social-ecological systems to external shocks, water pollution and human and ecosystem exposure to such pollution, and land degradation processes particularly in the context of climate change.

Personal webpage: http://www.ehs.unu.edu/article:144

 


Julie Snorek

Julie Snorek


United Nations University, Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS)
Environmental Vulnerability and Energy Security Action (EVES)

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Julie is a PhD Researcher at the University of United Nations Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS) and a doctoral candidate at ICTA in Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB).  Previously, she investigated environmentally induced migration in northern Niger as part of her master’s studies at SIT Graduate Institute. Currently, her research explores how changes in ecosystem services, social vulnerability and water governance are contributing to tensions or cooperation between herders and farmers in the context of climate change in Niger.

 


Therese Rosenfeld

Therese Rosenfeld

United NationsUniversity, Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS)
Environmental Migration, Social Vulnerability and Adaptation (EMSVA)

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Therese is a Research Assistant at UNU-EHS. She holds an MA from King’s College London in Conflict, Security and Development. She is currently working as a Research Assistant in the Environmental Migration, Social Vulnerability and Adaptation section at UNU-EHS. Her work focuses on investigating the links between environmental change and migration in Niger and Latin America as well as conducting research on social vulnerability, climate change and adaptation issues.


Noha El Shoky

Noha El Shoky

United NationsUniversity, Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS)
Vulnerability Assessment, Risk Management and Adaptive Planning Section (VARMAP)

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Noha holds an MA in Development and Rights from the Anthropology Department of Goldsmiths College, University of London. She is currently working as a PhD Researcher on the CLICO project in the Vulnerability Assessment Section of UNU-EHS, where she is conducting research on climate change, vulnerability and adaptive capacity assessment using the case study of the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, Egypt.

Personal webpage: http://www.ehs.unu.edu/article/read/noha-el-shoky

 


Julia Kloss

Julia  Kloos

United NationsUniversity, Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS)
Environmental Vulnerability and Energy Security Action (EVES) 

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Julia is an Associate Academic Officer of the Environmental Vulnerability and Energy Security Action (EVES) at UNU-EHS. She holds a PhD Degree in Agriculture from the University of Bonn, Germany. Julia is an agricultural economist, specialized in environmental and resource economics and in development economics. Her previous research has focused on water economics, integrated water resources management and on the economics of land degradation.

Personal webpage:http://www.ehs.unu.edu/article/read/julia-kloos

 

 


Niklas Gebert


Niklas  Gebert

United NationsUniversity, Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS)
Vulnerability, Assessment, Risk Management and Adaptive Planning Section (VARMAP)  

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Niklas Gebert studied Geography in Göttingen and Bonn (Germany) with a focus on development and vulnerability research. Minor subjects of his studies were bio-climatology, political science and development economics and sociology. After his studies he gained working experience in the field of development cooperation. He worked in several projects for GIZ dealing with food security in Africa, chemical risk management and sustainable development strategies. Since being a Research Associate at UNU-EHS, he coordinated and conducted applied research for his PhD and the development of end user-friendly risk assessment products in Indonesia within the framework of the German-Indonesian Tsunami Early Warning System (GITEWS) project.

Personal webpage:http://www.geo-change.net

 


Palestinian Hydrology Group for Water and Environmental Resources Development (PHG)



Abdelrahman Tamimi

Abdelrahman Tamimi


Palestinian Hydrology Group (PHG) for Water and Environmental Resources Development, Palestinian-administered Areas

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Abdelrahman Tamimi is an expert on hydro-politics and water security. Dr Tamimi participated in charting the negotiation strategy for the Palestinian delegation in the multi-lateral talks and in all the rounds of negotiations. During the last 20 years his activities have focused on water resources management and planning at the regional and national levels. He also worked as a consultant for institutions working in developing water and environmental projects in the Palestinian-Administered Territories.

 


Centre for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications (CREAF)


 

Dania Abdul-Malak

Dania Abdul-Malak

Centre de Recerca Ecològica i Aplicacions Forestals (CREAF)
European Topic Centre on Land Use and Spatial Information (ETC-LUSI), Spain

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Dania is a Water Management and GIS scientist at the Centre for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications (CREAF). Her research focuses on assessing the vulnerability of ecological, socio-economical, and political models in the Mediterranean region facing Climate change effects.


Alejandro Iglesisas-Campos

Alejandro Iglesisas-Campos

Centre de Recerca Ecològica i Aplicacions Forestals (CREAF)
European Topic Centre on Land Use and Spatial Information (ETC-LUSI), Spain

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Alejandro Iglesias-Campos is a physical geographer with expertise on climate, water information systems, land use and coastal management in Mediterranean ecosystems. Since 2005 he is the technical representative of the Regional Government of Andalusia at ETC/LUSI working on water-related issues such as water scarcity, desertification and soil degradation in the Mediterranean basin, as well as coastal and natural protected areas management.


Andreas Littkopf

Andreas Littkopf  

Centre de Recerca Ecològica i Aplicacions Forestals (CREAF)
European Topic Centre on Land Use and Spatial Information (ETC-LUSI), Spain 

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Jaume Fons-Esteve

Jaume Fons-Esteve


Centre de Recerca Ecològica i Aplicacions Forestals (CREAF)
European Topic Centre on Land Use and Spatial Information (ETC-LUSI), Spain

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Jaume Fons-Esteve (PhD) is a biologist, expert on research in plant and soil relationships as a support to land management in the Mediterranean. Since 2001 he is supporting the European Environment Agency on soil-related issues. He has been coordinating one of the working groups on erosion and desertification during the preparation of the European Soil Thematic Strategy  (2003-2004) and is also involved in projects related to the use of remote sensing for global security – water availability and soil protection (GMES and FP6).

 


Diana Pascual Sánchez

Diana Pascual Sánchez 


Centre de Recerca Ecològica i Aplicacions Forestals (CREAF)

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Diana is forest engineer and GIS analyst at the Centre for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications (CREAF). Her research focuses on assessing the vulnerability to global change effects of Mediterranean ecosystems. Last two years, she has been involved in ACCUA project (www.creaf.uab.cat/accua) as technical co-coordinator.


Eduard Pla Ferrer

Eduard Pla Ferrer


Centre de Recerca Ecològica i Aplicacions Forestals (CREAF)

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Eduard is environmental scientist and PhD in Ecology. He has been involved in local and European projects assessing the response of Mediterranean forests to climate change at different spatial scales. He was assistant professor in ecology at Autonmous University of Barcelona (UAB) and University of Barcelona (2003-2007). Recently his scientific interests are related to water vulnerability assessment and global change adaptations (ACCUA project www.creaf.uab.cat/accua).


The Israeli-Palestinian Science Organization (IPSO)



Dan Bitan

Dan Bitan

Israeli-Palestinian Science Organization (IPSO), Israel

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Dan Bitan is the Israeli co-director of IPSO, and was a key figure in establishing the organization in 2004-5. As Deputy Head of the Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem from 1991 until 1995, and later as consultant on Peace and Cooperation Programs at the Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies (ACBP), Dan Bitan initiated and managed Israeli-Palestinian cooperative Peace-related and scientific studies and is the Director of IPSO’s project Harnessing history to understand the current Israeli-Arab water landscape.

 


Department of Political Science & International Relations (PSIR), Addis Ababa University (AAU)




Yacob Arsano

Yacob Arsano

Department of Political Science & International Relations
Addis Ababa University (AAU), Ethiopia

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Yacob Arsano, is currently the Dean of the College of Social Sciences. He is a leading scholar in hydro-politics and currently teaches a course on Hydropolitics in Northeastern Africa and the Middle East in the postgraduate program at PSIR. He has published articles and co-authored books in the areas of hydro-politics, conflict handling and comparative politics, such as his recent (2007) book entitled Ethiopia and the Nile: Dilemmas of National and Regional Hydro-politi.

 

 

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Institut de Ciéncia i Technologia Ambientals (ICTA),Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Giorgos Kallis (Project Coordinator)
Christos Zografos  (Research Coordinator)
Ethemcan Turhan

Stefania Barca

Giacomo D'Alisa
Lilit Manukyan  (Project Manager)

The School of Development Studies and Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research,
University of East Anglia (UEA)

Neil Adger
Marisa Gouldon

Declan Conway

Anita Milman


Ecologic Institute

Maria Berglund
Nils Meyer-Ohlendorf

Rodrigo Vidaurre
Christiane Gerstetter 
Eleftheria Kampa 

Centre for the Study of Civil War (CSCW), International Peace Research Institute (PRIO)

Nils Petter Gleditsch
Halvard Buhaug

Gerdis Wischnath

Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJ)

Itay Fischhendler
David Katz

ETHZ Zürich, Center for Comparative and International Studies

Thomas Bernauer
Tobias Böhmelt
Theresa Tribaldos

The Cyprus Research and Educational Foundation (CyI)

Manfred Lange
Adriana Bruggeman

School of Global Studies, University of Sussex (UOS)

Jan Selby
Mark Leopold
Clemens Hoffman

United Nations University, Institute for Environmental and Human Security (UNU-EHS)

Koko Warner
Jörn Birkmann
Fabrice Renaud
Julie Snorek 
Therese Rosenfeld
Noha El Shoky 
Julia Kloos
Niklas Gebert 

Palestinian Hydrology Group for Water and Environmental Resources Development (PHG)

Abdelrahman Tamimi

Centre for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications (CREAF)

Dania Abdul-Malak
Alejandro Iglesias-Campos
Andreas Littkopf
Jaume Fons-Esteve
Diana Pascual Sánchez
Eduard Pla Ferrer

The Israeli-Palestinian Science Organization (IPSO)

Dan Bitan

Department of Political Science & International Relations (PSIR), Addis Ababa University (AAU)

Yacob Arsano


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