Paula Fernández-Wulff is a multi-disciplined researcher with training in food and agriculture, biodiversity, and law. She is currently a doctoral candidate and research fellow at the Biodiversity governance unit, Université catholique de Louvain (UCL). Her research focuses on social movements within socio-ecological transitions and the right to food in Europe. She holds an MSc in Environmental Governance from United Nations University and has worked at the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. She trained as a lawyer in France and Spain, specializing in European and International law at Complutense University and Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, and has practiced law in Spain and Turkey.
Fernández-Wulff, P. & Roppongi, H., 2014. Development and the 'Wise Use' of Urban Wetlands in Manila Bay. OurWorld 2.0 United Nations University.
(Editorial Team) FAO, 2014. Growing greener cities in Latin America and the Caribbean. An FAO report on urban and peri-urban agriculture in the region. FAO: Rome, Italy
Fernández-Wulff, P., 2014. Securing Sovereignties: Implications of Institutional Food Governance Frameworks for Agrobiodiversity Protection in Urban and Peri-Urban Landscapes in Mexico and Ecuador. Revista de la Escuela Jacobea de Posgrado, 6 (1-68)
Fernández-Wulff, P. 2013. Why and How Spain Became the EU's Top Grower of GMOs. OurWorld 2.0 United Nations University.
Fernández-Wulff, P. 2013. International Trade and Food Security: Can Agrobiodiversity Reconcile Both?. United Nations University Peace and Progress, Vol. 1 (1), pp. 18-32.
Fernández-Wulff, P. 2012. Constitutional Limits To Public Expenditure: A Comparative Analysis. [In Spanish] Fundación de Estudios de Economía Aplicada.
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