M. Carmen Romera is a socio-environmental scientist interested in commons, indigenous and community conserved areas (ICCAs), heritization procedures and political ecology issues in the Mediterranean context. She’s currently a PhD student, holder of a FI grant associated to the LASEG, under the supervision of Dr. Pablo Domínguez and Roser Maneja, working on ICCAs, Heritization processes and Natural Protected Areas (NPAs) in Morocco.
She holds a Degree on Environmental Sciences from the University of Almería (UAL), a Postgraduate on Climate Change from the University of Salamanca and FLACSO España and a Masters in Ecological Economics from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (ICTA-UAB). Prior to joining the UAB, Carmen worked as a socio-environmental consultant and manager, being co-founder of a cooperative specialized on environmental participatory processes, education and communication.
Ethno-ecology, Commons, Agdals, Community Conservation, Participatory Governance Systems, Social Ecological Mountain Systems, Heritization Processes, Natural Protected Areas.
ICCAs, Agro-ecosystems, Agro-pastoralism, Cultural Ecosystem Services, PAR (Participatory Action Research), Mediterranean Mountains, Biosphere Reserves, Political Ecology, Magreb, Scientific communication.
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