Dr. Sinaia Netanyahu, Programme Manager, Environment and Health Impact Assessment, WHO European Centre for Environment and Health, Bonn. Previously worked as an economic and strategic consultant in the fields of natural resources, environment, climate change, and agriculture. Served as a teaching fellow at Ben-Gurion University Negev teaching Climate Change, Health & Emergency Preparedness. She served as the Chief Scientist of the Ministry of Environmental Protection in Israel from mid-2011 to March 2018. As Chief Scientist, she has led the writing of the State of the Environment in Israel, the National Strategy and Plan for the Preparation to Climate Change Adaptation which was adopted and approved as a Government Resolution and the National Health and Environment Program. She has promoted the writing of research and studies in many environmental areas. In the past, she served as the Manager of Sustainable Financing and as a Senior Economist in TAHAL group and dealt with international and national water and agricultural projects including environmental-health-social impact assessments. Prior to that, she was a faculty member at Ben-Gurion University as well as a fellow lecturer at the Hebrew University.
Programme Manager Environment nad Health Impact Assessment