Giuseppe Arduino, Ecohydrology, Water Quality and Water Education Section, Division of Water Sciences, UNESCO International Hydrological Programme, France
Giuseppe Arduino works for UNESCO in Paris as Chief of the Ecohydrology, Water Quality and Water Education Section in the Division of Water Sciences, UNESCO International Hydrological Programme, since 2013. Before that he spent 12 years in the UNESCO Regional Bureau for Sciences in Jakarta Indonesia where he was responsible for programmes and projects within the water and geosciences programmes in Southeast Asia and the Pacific. Before UNESCO he worked in private consulting firms in the field of environmental sciences (hydrogeology and geo-technical engineering) and spent 6 years in Southern Africa working in the Ministry of Natural Resources of Lesotho. G. Arduino has published 15 scientific papers and is author of the first Hydrogeological Map of Lesotho, 1994.