Maria Garteizgogeascoa

María Garteizgogeascoa is an environmental scientist currently writing her PhD on the relationships between gender and mariculture in the University of Bremen. Formerly working in the German-Peruvian project “Social-Ecological Tipping Points of the Northern Humboldt Current Upwelling System, Economic Repercussions and Governance Strategies” ( she aims to contribute to the LICCI project implementing the fisheries protocol in two coastal bay areas of Peru (Sechura and Pisco). Back in 2018, María was involved in the LICCI project for her master thesis, in which she explored local climate change effects in Sierra Nevada (Spain) through the validation of proverbs containing traditional ecological knowledge related to the climatic, physical and biological environment.