Greg Sixt is a project management consultant working at SEI on a project to implement the 2030 SDG Agenda for water efficiency, productivity and sustainability in the Near East and North Africa (NENA) region. He previously consulted for SEI on a project, “Bioenergy, sustainability and trade-offs: Can we avoid deforestation while promoting bioenergy?”
Greg is also currently a program specialist with the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture. He is a doctoral candidate in the Agriculture, Food and Environment and Water Diplomacy programs at Tufts University, where he studies innovation in agricultural water management and governance.
Additional consulting work includes work with the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas, the Global Development and Environment Institute, and the United Nations Development Programme. Greg has been a visiting scholar at Wageningen University and, as a research fellow, assisted in the methodology design for the UNECE Water-Food-Energy-Ecosystems Nexus Task Force.