Borja Reguero is a researcher at the Institute of Marine Sciences and a Climate, Risk and Resilience fellow with The Nature Conservancy. Reguero holds a PhD in Science of the Water and Environment, an MsC in Coastal Engineering and an MsC in Applied Economics. His research interests are Climate Risk and Adaptation, climate change in coastal areas, and ecosystem-based and green infrastructure.
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