Amanda Jerneck is a Natural Resource Management Specialist in the World Bank’s Environment, Natural Resources and Blue Economy Practice. Based in the World Bank office in Maputo, Mozambique, Amanda supports implementation of the Mozambique Integrated Landscape Management Program and the Blue Economy program. She focuses on biodiversity conservation, participatory community management of renewable natural resources and gender responsive landscape planning and investments. She joined the World Bank in 2012, in the Climate Change team, where she developed capacity building programs on climate change policy and finance for adaptation and mitigation and sustainable natural resource management. Prior to joining the World Bank, Amanda has experience from Sweden’s Permanent Mission to the UN and from civil society, working on climate change policy. Amanda holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Uppsala University and a joint Master’s Degree in Political Science, Public and Environmental Policy from Uppsala University and University of Maryland.