Nuria HMNuria Hernández-Mora is an independent researcher, consultant and specialist in water governance and water policy analysis. She holds a BS in Economics and Business Administration from the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas in Madrid (1990), MS degrees in natural resources policy from Cornell University (1995) and in water resources management from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2001), and a PhD in Geography from the University of Seville (2015). She has worked for non-profit organizations dedicated to land use and water resources policy both in the US and Spain, and as a consultant for non-profit and governmental organizations, including the Spanish Ministry of the Environment and the World Bank. She has participated in research projects focusing on water governance, drought management, water economics, and public policy evaluation. She is the author or co-author of multiple publications in the fields of water governance, groundwater management, water markets, public participation and transparency. She is member of the Editorial Board of the journal Water Alternatives. She has worked as a technical advisor for the Minstry for Ecological Transition through the public company TRAGSA in the Green Book of Water Governance initiative. She is currently working in the European projects  Smart.Met and Newave. More information here. Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.