Professor Gaskin Reyes is a professorial lecturer at the Elliott School with extensive experience in teaching and working on social, environmental, economic and sustainable development issues. Throughout her career in development banking and international consulting, she has led or been involved in the design, implementation and evaluation of a wide range of projects, paying attention to policy, program design, risk analysis and sustainability factors.
Environmental management and climate change, development studies, water and natural resource conflicts and sustainable development, urban and regional planning, Latin America and the Caribbean
Natural resource management conflicts, sustainable cities, equitable and sustainable socio-economic issues, climate change impacts, water resource management women in the diaspora and gender equity.
Latin American Development, Capstone Courses, Globalization and Sustainable Development
Water Planet: The Culture, Politics, Economics and Sustainability of Water on Earth, ABC-CLIO Publishers, California, 2016.
There is no Single Cause for the Ongoing Conflict over the Falklands, in: Natural Resource Conflicts: From Blood Diamonds to Rainforest Destruction, Volume 2: The Americas, Europe and Key Concepts, ABC-CLIO, California, 2016
Mining and Extractive Activities in South America: Selected Case Studies of Environmental Impacts and Social Conflicts, in: Sustainable Planet, Issues and Solutions for Our Environment’s Future, ABC-CLIO, California, 2021.
Tourism, Freshwater and Coastal Zone Management Challenges in the Caribbean, in: Sustainable Planet, Issues and Solutions for Our Environment’s Future, ABC-CLIO, 2021.
Other Publications in ABC-CLIO World and Wiley & Sons (London) Data Bases: Location and Institutional Weakness: Important Determinants of the Impact of Natural Disasters;
Location can Place Some Limitations on Development,Though They are Not Unsurmountable;
Dominica: Traditions and Etiquette;
Dominica: Arts and Landmarks;
Uruguay: Arts and Landmarks;
Uruguay: Traditions and Etiquette;
Hydroelectric Dams in Chile are Not the Answer to Chile’s Energy Needs.
Ph.D University of Bonn, Germany
M.A. . University of Bonn, Germany
M.S. Cologne Polytechnic, Germany