‘Water as a connector for resilient landscapes’ - LFF Bolivia
Dr. Miriam Seemann has over 20 years of experience in climate-resilient water management. She is currently coordinating the project ‘Water as a connector for resilient landscapes,’ co-funded by the European Union and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and implemented by the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. She has extensive knowledge of the Latin American region, courtesy of her professional experiences in Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Mexico and Guatemala. She has worked on multiple important issues such as good governance, natural resources management, water security, and the water-food-energy nexus. She holds a PhD from the University of Hamburg, Germany, in Andean water rights. She is an associate member of the Water Justice Alliance and author of several journal publications related to water politics.