Mahmoud Nady is an Egyptian nature lover currently based in Bonn, Germany. Nady is a natural resources management scientist with a diverse background in academia, research, and consulting. He is currently serving as the land-use system transformation lead, where he is responsible for the delivery of land use breakthroughs, and supports global initiatives for the restoration, conservation, and management of land use. Nady holds a master’s degree in applied ecology and environmental management and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Climate and Nature Based Solutions at Bonn University.
During his time with the European Commission, Nady has been a part of several global ecosystem valuation projects. Additionally, he has been a part of the Climate Protection Fellowship program for young climate leaders in Germany, further expanding his knowledge and experience in the field. His expertise and dedication to the field of natural resources management and climate change make him a valuable asset in the pursuit of sustainable land use practices. These experiences have given him a deep understanding of the complex interactions between human society and the natural world. He is passionate about using this knowledge to promote sustainable and nature-positive practices. He has dedicated his professional career to this purpose and continues to work towards it. He strives to build a more resilient and sustainable relationship between humans and nature.