Daniela Campolina

Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Daniela has a degree in Biological Sciences and a Master's in Education
(Education and Sciences) from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (FAE / UFMG). Daniela is currently pursuing a Postgraduate Degree in Education at UFMG.

Daniela is actively engaged in the development of participatory methodologies and the production of teaching materials. She is also in charge of teacher training in geotechnologies and participatory water management linked to projects such as Manuelzão, at UFMG.

Daniela is currently a teacher in basic education, an educator in the Movement for the Mountains and Waters of Minas and Movement for the Preservation of Serra do Gandarela. She produces teaching materials related to the impacts and controversies of mining at the local level.

QES-AS project: Mining, Water Security, and Education: Cases in Canada and Brazil