Lena Horlemann is a researcher at the inter 3 Institute for Resource Management in Berlin. She holds a master’s degree in Southeast Asian Studies and Agronomy and her professional background also includes global governance and development cooperation. She has worked on environmental and water management issues for more than 10 years, for example in IWRM projects in Mongolia and now Iran. Her research focuses on social and institutional aspects of IWRM implementation.
Topic: Water security and migration It is difficult to say how many of the 85 million displaced people in the world are “environmental migrants” but it is widely recognized that environmental and climate change are becoming important – if not the most important – factors for migration. The reasons for “environmental migrants” to leave their...