Biography of the Author
Caroline Walz is a Masters student in Sociology at the University of Barcelona. She is interested in sustainable development and the issues of sustainability in today’s society and in the way humans structure life. After graduating her A levels and training college for kindergarten teachers in 2011, she spent the following years travelling the world, getting to know new places and cultures, gathering work experience in different countries (South Africa, Philippines, Jamaica, Chile, Argentina, Spain, Germany, etc.), volunteering and practicing Spanish as a third language. She then moved to Innsbruck, Austria to study Nonprofit, Social and Health Care Management at the Management Center Innsbruck, in the framework of which she spent one semester in Montevideo, Uruguay and did a practical training with the Nonprofit Organization Malaria No More in Washington D.C.
Articles of the Author
- Nutritional Transition of the Mediterranean Diet
- How does Tourism, as a Globalized Social Phenomenon, Interfere with the Current Processes of Heritagization in the Mediterranean Area?
- Social and Environmental Responsibility of Action and the Role of Future Expectations
- Sustainable Development of the Mediterranean Sea
- Ecological Footprint & Food Security of the Mediterranean Region
Articles written by Caroline Walz as a participant to the Summer School organized by Nnumari, FMSH and UNIMED in Licata (Italy) in September 2019. The support of UNIMED, FMSH and Nnumari for the production of these publications does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views of the authors only, and they cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.