Mirna Ines Fernández

Steering committee
Comité directivo
Comitê diretor
Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN)
Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN)
Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN)

Mirna studied Environmental Engineering and Fine Arts in Bolivia. She later completed a master’s degree in Biodiversity and Tropical Ecosystems with the Erasmus Mundus TROPIMUNDO Master’s program and is co-founder of Reacción Climática, a citizen’s collective promoting joint actions against climate change in Bolivia. She is also part of the steering committee of the Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN), and co-founder of its Bolivian chapter Kaaijayu (GYBN-Bolivia). Her work experience includes environmental management, formal and non-formal education, political advocacy and technical assistance to Indigenous Peoples and local communities.

Mirna studied Environmental Engineering and Fine Arts in Bolivia. She later completed a master’s degree in Biodiversity and Tropical Ecosystems with the Erasmus Mundus TROPIMUNDO Master’s program and is co-founder of Reacción Climática, a citizen’s collective promoting joint actions against climate change in Bolivia. She is also part of the steering committee of the Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN), and co-founder of its Bolivian chapter Kaaijayu (GYBN-Bolivia). Her work experience includes environmental management, formal and non-formal education, political advocacy and technical assistance to Indigenous Peoples and local communities.

Mirna studied Environmental Engineering and Fine Arts in Bolivia. She later completed a master’s degree in Biodiversity and Tropical Ecosystems with the Erasmus Mundus TROPIMUNDO Master’s program and is co-founder of Reacción Climática, a citizen’s collective promoting joint actions against climate change in Bolivia. She is also part of the steering committee of the Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN), and co-founder of its Bolivian chapter Kaaijayu (GYBN-Bolivia). Her work experience includes environmental management, formal and non-formal education, political advocacy and technical assistance to Indigenous Peoples and local communities.

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