Kate Brauman

Lead scientist for the global water initiative at the University of Minnesota institute on the Environment. Coordinating lead author of the IPBES Global Assessment.

Lead scientist for the global water initiative at the University of Minnesota institute on the Environment.  Coordinating lead author of the IPBES Global Assessment.   

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