*Jihoon Lee and Raul Muñoz Most of the effects of climate change are felt through water. Disruptive and unpredictable weather patterns cause more droughts and floods, rising sea levels, and environmental contamination. As a result, farmers’ abilities to save their crops, access to clean drinking water, and community protection from extreme weather events are all under … [Read more...] about The Water vs. Climate Change Paradox
Dr. Raul Munoz Castillo has more than 18 years experience working on environmental and water resources management, with broad international experience working at the private sector, public sector, multilateral organizations and the academia; with a strong focus in water infrastructure and water policy. He’s currently leading several regional agendas such as the WEF Nexus and Water Security Initiatives at the IDB, which entails pilot research projects and infrastructure design operations in the Latin America and the Caribbean Region. He is also leading the Water Funds Program, the Bank’s flagship project on green infrastructure and nature-based solutions, the Water Security Agenda and the Bank’s Initiative for Transboundary and International Waters. He has published as lead author and as co-author numerous publications in world class journals on water, sustainability and environmental related issues.