Jeroen Warner

: Mar 8, 2020

Looking for Partnership Looking for Extra EU Funds
About Me

Dr Jeroen Warner teaches, trains and publishes on Disaster Studies at Wageningen University, where he took his PhD degree in 2008 and is now senior Associate Professor. His main research interests in the disaster management domain are social resilience and participation, the politics of disaster risk reduction and urban disaster response. On that last theme, he coordinated the European Horizon 2020 Coordination and Support Action, EDUCEN, on cities, cultures and catastrophes, and won a CAPES scholarship as Special Visiting Professor at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. He was Wageningen coordinator in two Bangladesh-focused Integrated Projects funded by the Dutch Science Foundation: Dynamic Deltas and Hydrosocial Deltas.

A founder member of the London Water Research Group, Dr Jeroen also works on domestic and transboundary water conflict, participatory resource management, and governance issues. He is Acting Editor-in -Chief of the International Journal of Water Governance and Regions and Cohesion, and an editor of Ambiente e Sociedade.

I'm interested to work in the domains of:

Water conflict and cooperation

Water governance and participation

(Hydrological) disaster risk reduction 


Keywords and matching areas:

 Water Resource Management
 International Relations

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