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At D+C/E+Z, we are proud of our international network of authors. It is particularly important to us to be a platform for voices from the global south. Some authors contribute on a regular basis, others don't. Here you can find information about the people behind the contributions.

Katja Dombrowski

Katja Dombrowski


is a former member of the editorial team of D+C/E+Z and currently a media specialist for the WFD in southern Bolivia.



All articles of Katja Dombrowski

Living with nature

Bolivia’s extraordinary biodiversity is under threat

Bolivia has many protected areas, but human activities are impacting the country’s biodiversity

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