Paul Procee is an environmental engineer with about 15 years of experience in urban environmental and infrastructure management. He joined the World Bank in 1999 and has been working on a wide range of projects related to urban infrastructure, water supply, sanitation, solid waste, transport, and disaster risk management. About a year ago he moved from the World Bank’s Latin America Region to the China Office in Beijing, where he manages a variety of urban infrastructure projects and coordinates the disaster risk management activities of the Bank in China. Among others, after the 2011 floods in China, he prepared a policy note on Integrated Flood Risk Management for the Chinese Government and he currently manages the Wenchuan Earthquake Recovery Project and a number of urban infrastructure and flood control projects.
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