Natalia Reyes studied political science in the Universidad Catolica de Cordoba, in Argentina, where she joined a research team working on the relationship of territoriality and environmental conflicts. Since then, she has been working in a variety of International Cooperation Agencies and International Organizations (GIZ, FAO, UNESCO) in projects of food and water security. She also holds a Master of Science degree in Environmental Governance at the University of Freiburg which was possible thanks to the DAAD scholarship she was awarded. In her dissertation she studied the economic shift in a community of Bolivian migrants in the periphery of the city of Cordoba, Argentina. The community used to produce clay bricks and is now consolidated in their farm chickens’ production and commercialization.