Martin Grambow studied civil engineering at Technische Universit?t München (TUM). He graduated in 1986 (Diplom-Ingenieur), achieved his doctor degree in 2005, and was appointed Honorary Professor in 2012. He is now Director General Water and Soil at the Bavarian Ministry of Environment and Consumer Protection. His responsibilities comprise all aspects of stewardship for the commons ‘water’ and ‘soil’, including regulation, monitoring, and management. He contributes to international activities carried out by various institutions including World Bank, European Union or Deutsche Gesellschaft fus internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). The Asia Region is a main focus of Dr. Grambow’s international partnerships, dialogues and exchanges. Dr. Grambow is member of several institutions and foundations, notably the European Academy of Science and Arts and their “International Expert Group on Earth System Preservation” (IESP), and the “Bavarian Water Foundation”. Dr. Grambow has profound knowledge and wide experience in water and soil management issues. He is author of various books and articles primarily focussing on the application of concepts for sustainable (water) resource management.
Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences