Caroline Lumos is a fellow at ARIN. She is currently working as a Research Associate at the Universität Osnabrück, Germany under the project DAFNE: Decision Analytic Framework to explore the water-energy-food Nexus in complex transboundary water resource systems of fast-developing countries. In the DAFNE project, she works on evaluating learning and stakeholder engagement through the Negotiation Simulation Lab (NSL).
Caroline does research in Natural Resource Management, Climate Change Adaptation, Water Management, and Social learning. Caroline is a final year PhD candidate in the Institute of Environmental Systems Research, Department of Geography at Osnabrueck University. Her research focuses on social learning processes within transboundary water management in the Como-Turkana and Zambezi river basin in Africa. She is also a youth mentor and a reflective blogger who uses her blog to tell stories and as a space to question her own assumptions. Caroline holds a master’s of science degree in Forest and Nature Conservation from Wageningen University, The Netherlands, and a Bachelor of Environmental Science from Kenyatta University, Kenya.