Contributor: Sabine Blumstein

Sabine Blumstein

About Sabine Blumstein

Sabine Blumstein is a project manager at adelphi – a German think tank and environmental consulting company. Her work focuses on international water cooperation, resource governance, vulnerability and adaptation to climate change. Sabine is particularly interested in the performance of international water institutions in contexts of environmental change, on topics relating to the sustainable management of international water resources as well as the role of natural resources in conflicts. In addition to competencies in comparative political analysis and international relations theories, she has expertise in project evaluation and in developing and carrying out communications processes. Sabine studied at the University of Leipzig, Germany where she also received her PhD in political science.

Integrating Climate & Water Diplomacy For Rivers

Climate change will likely intensify water-related challenges in river basins. Meanwhile, the Mekong River Commission is experiencing funding cuts. adelphi’s Sabine Blumstein shares 3 reasons for stronger integration of climate policy & water instruments … more



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