Guido Minucci

PhD Student

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Guido Minucci is an environmental planner. He holds degree in Urban Planning (Venice University), a MSc in Town and Regional planning at University “La Sapienza” of Rome and an international MSc in Urban and Territorial Diagnostics (University of Messina, Barcelona and Buenos Aires). Since 2009, he has been working in national and European projects as assistant researcher in the field of resilience and risk management at Polytechnic of Milano. In 2011, he has started both his PhD on building resilience and adaptive water resource management to reduce drought risk in Morocco and Bolivia and a collaboration with the NGO “ACRA” working on building adaptive capacity in Bolivia. Recently, he has won a PhD Erasmus scholarship and he is currently at the Cranfield University working in a European project (TRUST).
Guido is co-funder of the Urban Resilience Young Researchers Network (URBNet).