Buenos Aires, Argentina – South America
Claudia Natenzon is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Buenos Aires Interdisciplinary Program on Climatic Change, the Executive Committee of the Argentinean International Human Dimension Program (IHDP), and the Steering Committee of the Urban Climate Change Research Network (UCCRN). Since 1988, she has led the Natural Resources and Environmental Research Program (PIRNA) at the University of Buenos Aires, where her research focuses on the analysis of catastrophic floods and social vulnerability with a focus on social theory of risk. Dr. Natenzon has served as the lead researcher for several projects with the National Science Foundation, and is presently a co-researcher in UNESCO’s Conflict to Co-operation project for Latin America and the Caribbean. Dr. Natenzon holds a Ph.D in Geography from the University of Sevilla, Spain, and has published over fifty book chapters and papers.