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Julieta Longo

Research Analyst, South America Programme, Americas Centre

Julieta Longo

Research Analyst, South America Programme, Americas Centre

Julieta Longo is a Research Analyst in the South America Programme within the Americas Centre. She contributes with analysis and regional perspectives to the work of CYIS on global security, economic-environmental and humanitarian threats.

Expertise

Socio-environmental vulnerability, environmental management, territorial planning, sustainable development

Languages:

Spanish (native) English Italian

Background

Julieta is an Environmental Manager based in Córdoba, Argentina. I've worked in several branches inside the environmental field at a local level, from environmental auditing at industries, to lecturing and consultancy, which has given me a comprehensive perspective of the most pressing sustainability obstacles faced by the South American region. She is currently working in the public sector, complying with environmental safeguards and protocols for housing and infrastructure programs with international financing. She is also a researcher at the Center of Applied Research and Development in Environmental Sciences at Blas Pascal University (Córdoba), which is linked to the UNESCO Chair in Human Security. She holds a Diploma in Geomatics applied to the Environment issued by the Gulich Institute of High Space Studies (Córdoba) and I am soon to become a postgraduate student at the University of Bristol (UK) through a British Council Scholarship for Women in STEM for the MSc Environmental Policy and Management.