Alfredo Gironnava



Dr. Giron-Nava is an André Hoffmann Fellow at the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions and the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution at the World Economic Forum. He is also an Expert Advisor at the Walter Munk Foundation for Oceans. Dr. Giron-Nava used his Fellowship to pursue the creation of the first global map on the prevalence of poverty in fishing communities. His work aims to understand the deeper social and cultural roots of poverty and the potential solutions at local scales.

EthicalGEO Project Results

Dr. Giron-Nava has created an interactive map highlighting the prevalence of poverty in fishing communities across the globe with support from the American Geographical Society and Omidyar Network.

Explore the map and learn more by reading his report below.