by Dr. Camille Gaskin-Reyes
Camille Gaskin-Reyes, Ph.D. is a CLAS adjunct professor with over 28 years of experience in policy development and practice, natural resource management, environmental planning and economics, and project management, monitoring and evaluation in Latin America and the Caribbean. Dr.Gaskin-Reyes is also an international consultant. She received her doctorate at the University of Bonn, Germany.
ABC-CLIO/Greenwood published her most recent editing work in October 2016. Water Planet: The Culture, Politics, Economics, and Sustainability of Water on Earth offers an unprecedented examination of the critical subject of water sustainability. Its essays, viewpoints, case studies, and documents show how this vital resource that many in first-world countries take for granted is intricately woven into not only basic human survival but also cultural, political, and economic stability.
Dr. Gaskin-Reyes also contributed to another ABC-CLIO Publications book, Natural Resource Conflicts: From Blood Diamonds to Rainforest Destruction, Volume 2: The Americas, Europe, and Key Concepts (September 2016). The chapter she authored is titled: “There is no Single Cause for the Ongoing Conflict over the Falklands”. More information available via the ABC-CLIO website.